World Grain magazine highlights that the GMA investment brought to Angola the first new flour mill in 50 years.
In addition, the article highlights the quality of the project that took 28 months to complete and which includes two Bühler grinding lines with Sortex optical separator for cleaning wheat. The system provides high quality cleaning and cereal preparation for lighter flour.
World Grain also refers to the bagging system, equipped with three carousels with a capacity of up to 1,200 bags per hour, which feeds a modern automatic palletizing system capable of loading up to 35 trucks per day, supplying the entire Angolan market.
A final reference to the GMA multidisciplinary team with extensive experience in wheat mills in Brazil, Portugal, Colombia, Lebanon, Zimbabwe and Congo and who has also invested and continues to invest heavily in local professionals for group and country development.
More information about the article can be seen here: http://digital.world-grain.com/sosland/wg/2019_09_01/index.php#/0