Extraction towers from BMA have been around for more than 70 years. Made in Braunschweig, Germany, these plants have long been best sellers in the global beet sugar industry – and they still are today. There are good reasons for this.
Since the end of May 2017, the Russian pages of the BMA Group’s website have been online. With this offering, the plant engineering experts from Braunschweig are hoping to provide “online support” as business for the Group is growing throughout the Russian language area.
Meet BMA at ASSCT in New Orleans, where the 47th annual meeting of the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists will be held from 14 to 16 June 2017. In addition to presenting a range of papers, BMA will this year bring along information material about its new centrifugal model.
Not long to go now: from 22 to 24 May 2017, representatives from the beet sugar industry will be meeting at the 5th ESST Conference, hosted this year by the city of Dresden.
In einem festlichen Akt der IHK Braunschweig hat BMA zusammen mit dem Verein AntiRost heute den Sozialtransferpreis 2017 erhalten. Der Verein bietet aus dem Berufsleben geschiedenen ehemaligen Beschäftigten von BMA eine Plattform, sich in sozialen Projekten zu engagieren.
At the HANNOVER MESSE industrial trade fair yesterday, Braunschweig-based plant engineering experts for the sugar industry BMA were announced as winner of the Lower Saxony Foreign Trade Award. Olaf Lies, Minister for Economics, Labour and Transport in the state of Lower Saxony, extended congratulations to BMA’s CTO Uwe Schwanke.
Meet the new addition to our product range of continuous centrifugals, the extremely compact K3080. It has excellent DNA: with more than 500 machines commissioned since 2010, the K3 series has been setting new standards in centrifugal design.