FACILITIES

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The Rice Husk Burning Boiler Complex

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The Durum Wheat Processing Mill Complex

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The Pasta Production Plant

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The Warehouse

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The Pasta Production Plant

The pasta production plant can produce around 72,000 tons of pasta annually. The plant has 5 automated pasta production lines, 2 for long cut and 3 for short cut pasta products.

Packaging Boxing and Palletizing

After the storage of the semi-finished products process, pasta is transported to the appropriate packaging line, applying the following steps:

- Pasta arrives at the dosage system of the appropriate packaging line.

- Pasta passes through the dosage system which set its desired net weight. 

- Pasta is packed and heat sealed in the suitable packaging film.

- Pasta packages pass through: 

  1. a batch coding machine which prints with ink on the packaging film the product’s expiry date.
  2. a weight control machine which detects and rejects packages that do not meet net weight specifications.
  3. a metal detector which detects and rejects packages that may contain pieces of metal. 

- Pasta packages are boxed automatically into cartons.

- Cartons are automatically sealed and stacked on pallets with the use of robotic arms.

- Pallets are automatically wrapped and taken to the warehouse. 

The Production Plant