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Futureproofing world flour supplies World’s largest mill sets milestone in global milling history

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    Publisher Milling & Grain
    Year of publication 2022
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    Medium Digital
    Edition1
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    Cereal processes > Flour milling
    Wind & watermills by Region > Rest of the World (not Europe) > Asia > China
    Contemporary news > 2022

    Scope & contentBy Raymond Ma, China

    The Autumn of 2021 saw the Chairman of Wudeli Group, Dan Zhimin push the button to launch the Suiping factory, which with a 6000t/d capacity, is widely considered to be the biggest wheat milling factory in the world.

    The Suiping is the Wudeli Group’s eighteenth subsidiary corporation, and with that the group’s current total capacity goes to 61000t/d, occupying about 25 percent of the wheat flour market share in China.

    The factory is located in the Henan province that can be found right in the centre of China, surrounded by an abundance of high-quality wheat.

    The facility boasts a proud total of eight milling lines, seven of which are producing general flour with one producing specialised flour.

    From a single mill to 11 million tonnes per year
    Combining science & technology
    Connected industries
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