If paper-free information is for you, you’ll be interested to hear that issue 55 of BMA Info is now available online. In its 26 articles with impressive illustrations offering you interesting views of the sugar industry, our corporate magazine once again shows clearly that BMA products and services are at home worldwide.
For eight young people, 1 September 2017 marks a new chapter in their lives: the start of their apprenticeship at BMA in Braunschweig. They will be training as plant mechanics, electronics technicians for automation technology, and machinists.
On 25 August, BMA and the “AntiRost” initiative, joint winners of the Braunschweig Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 “Social Transfer Prize”, were hosts to Lower Saxony’s Prime Minister Stephan Weil. BMA CTO Uwe Schwanke and Günther Hinterberg, who heads the AntiRost initiative, showed Weil around the historic factory complex where AntiRost have set up their workshops. A major topic of discussion was...
The end of August is, once more, a time to mark in your calendar: sugar technologists from Honduras and other Central American countries will hold the joint ATACA/ATAHON congress from 22 to 25 of the month. As in previous years, BMA will be attending the event.
Preparations for the 64rd PHILSUTECH Annual National Convention on August 14 - 18 are nearly completed. BMA’s sales team will be delighted to welcome you in the Philippines.
This year, FENASUCRO & AGROCANA are proudly celebrating their 25th anniversary. BMA are joining in the celebrations. At Booth G05 in Pavilion 2, the plant engineering experts from Germany will be presenting their current portfolio, including the new K3080.
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.