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Viteral Milling Systems from IMAS North America

Early in 2017, IMAS North America introduced Viteral Milling Systems to supply the animal feed milling industry with additional offices and service based Texas.

viteralWith press release, IMAS North America announced to introduce Viteral Milling Systems to supply the animal feed milling industry with additional offices and service based Texas. IMAS North America had brought Milleral Milling Systems, specializing in flour milling systems and equipment, to North America in 2011 too. Headquarters for the Western Hemisphere has been located in New York State since the inception.

IMAS has equipment in hundreds of mills in nearly 90 countries. With over 28 years of experience designing, manufacturing, and supporting the milling industry, IMAS is the right choice for flour and feed milling systems with CE, TSEK and ISO 9001:2008 quality certificates. The parent company of the IMAS group is Ittifak Holding, which has controlling interests in retail, food, construction, machinery, agriculture and livestock. Ittifak Holding has adopted “sustainability”, “productivity”, and “stability” as the main concepts directing their operations and business development strategies.

A new 60,000 square meters (645,500 square feet) production facility was inaugurated in 2016 in Konya, Turkey. To complement the animal feed milling systems; Imas Group also offer grain cleaning equipment, storage bins, hammer mill feeders, grains separators, roller mills, sifters, material handling equipment, process flow scales, air locks, dust control, pneumatic conveying, and automation components & systems.

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