Oğuz Tekin, Dr Rolf Mayer and Uwe Schwanke
For many countries around the globe, the 2015/2016 sugar year is already over. In Europe, the legal framework for the sugar industry is due to change from next year, after almost half a century. Quota management and minimum prices will be replaced by market-driven supply and demand. The European sugar sector will have to adjust to these...
BMA increases production capacity in two factories
In 2015, BMA once again maintained its leading position in the global market for sugar centrifugals. Activities focused on completing the E series, improving the K3300 control system, and expanding the modular range of options.
New lighthouse project in North Africa
Regular cleaning ensures continuous operation of falling-film evaporators
After careful consideration in 2015, Grupo CASSA decided to upgrade the C-product station at their Ingenio Izalco sugar plant in El Salvador with BMA equipment.
In addition to its current project in El Salvador, BMA also has business with other Central American countries.
BMA Automation on a mission for the Slutsk sugar combine
The machinery and equipment that form the heart of every sugar factory are huge. That requires tailormade solutions, also in logistics.
BMA China takes on after-sales in additional regions
Centrifugal optimisation from BMA for better energy efficiency
Research and development played a major role in the region well before Braunschweig became Germany's City of Science for a year in 2007. The University of Braunschweig, for instance, is proud to be the oldest institute of technology in Germany. Over the past decades, both the city and its surrounding area have evolved into a European research hotspot, not least in the sugar sector.