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Emsland Group invests over 33.9 million euros in a new plant for drying and modification of potato and pea starch: Project WaltrAut - Construction is on Schedule

Emsland Group invests over 33.9 million euros in a new plant for drying and modification of potato starch

сентября 22, 2020
In the past few months, a lot has happened at the Emsland Group's headquarters in Emlichheim. The construction of a new plant for drying and modification of potato and pea starch is progressing rapidly.
Aviko to close Amberger potato specialties plant in Germany

Aviko to close Amberger potato specialties plant in Germany

ноября 08, 2018
Potato Processor Aviko, a Royal Cosun company, has decided to terminate operations at its factory in Oberdolling (Germany). The Amberger factory will be closed before the end of the year.
Optical sorting machine reduces costs and convinces with efficiency

Optical sorting machine reduces costs and convinces with efficiency

сентября 20, 2015
The potato peeling company “querbeet” at the farm Borgmann decided for an optical sorting machine of Marcellissen.
Emsland upgrades Emlichheim potato starch plant

Emsland Group optimizes starch production processes in Emlichheim

июня 19, 2011
In 2008, the Emsland Group - Germany's largest potato starch manufacturer - decided to optimise the entire production process in their main Emlichheim potato starch production plant.
Wim Christiaens (Sormac) and Johannes Diepers (Diepers)

Diepers installs new Sormac peeling line

января 30, 2011
Schaap Holland

Schaap Holland introduces packaging for baked potatoes in Country & Western style

сентября 15, 2009
Potato specialist Schaap Holland introduced a new 'Grillerdoos' (Barbecue Box) during Potato Europe.In the pack are 40, 50 or 60 pieces of washed potatoes for the barbecue market. The packaging is intended for the German market. "In Holland the m...
Emsland Staerke

Starch-based flocculation agents of Emsland Group can replace synthetic polymers

июня 02, 2009
In cooperation with scientists of the University of Hamburg and the Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe (FNR) Emsland Group conduct successful attempts, where starch-based flocculation agents could replace synthetic polymers for the use in the Hamburge...

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