Alapala completes new flour mill project in Sudan

SUDAN – Leading supplier of milling equipment Alapala has completed the erection of a new turnkey mill for El-Hamama Flour Mills in Sudan.

Ahmed Eltigani A. Musa and Mohammed Yousif Musa, the owners of the company, contracted Alapala to supply the plant machinery and technology for the new 700 ton per day flour mill.

The new plant is one of the largest single mills in the Sudan, and is located in Khartoum, the country’s capital city.

The project involved the design of the concrete building and that of the milling section, engineering of the milling plant, assembly and start-up of the mill.

The mill is completely automated with the installation of new generation milling equipment has a substantial reduced need for staff.

“Our brief was to build not only one of the most modern mill in Sudan but also one of the most flexible,” Bora Gökdeniz, Alapala’s Sales Director commented on the project.

The commissioned plant has been operational and is able to deliver a continuous supply of top quality flour for the Sudan market.

The mill was opened in the presence of the country’s President Omer Al Basher, Governor of El Gezira State Dr. Mohamed Tahir Aila  and Alapala’s Chairman Mr İsmail Alapala. 

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