Cremona (Italy) – Right here in our area of Cremona, on Saturday the 25th of September at the Cremona palace Hotel, the first technical day dedicated to the milling industry that the Antim association has organised since the forced stop imposed by the pandemic emergency was held. A must-attend event for everyone who works at mills or who, in some manner, operates in the milling sector. Great attendance was expected, thanks to an interesting program which saw Ocrim and the Milling Hub as protagonists.
Last June – the month celebrating Italian Republic Day - Ocrim thanked several important Italian companies for having contributed to making our nation an example of excellence and social solidarity throughout the world. Companies that have recently increased their business, despite the difficulties related to the consequences of COVID 19, by choosing to invest in Italy, the first western country hard hit by the pandemic.
Back in 2017 Ocrim officially launched the innovative plastic antimicrobial sieve on the market. The result of a sophisticated biotechnological/engineering study that produced the results that translated into an actual revolution for those who own or work in mills on a daily basis.
Ciminna (Palermo, Italy) – The awareness of relying on a winning partner and the certainty of being able to obtain significant results thanks to highly technological and qualitative machinery led Daniele Cassata, Managing Director of Molino San Vito Società Cooperativa, to entrust Ocrim, in June 2019, with the modernisation of its durum wheat plant for the production of semolina..
Cremona (Italy) - on June 29th, at Ocrim’s headquarters, the agreement was formally signed between AGCO, a world-renowned company in the design, production and distribution of precision agricultural machinery and technology, and Ocrim, a primary player in global level in the production of milling plants supplied "turnkey" and through tailor-made solutions.
Felizzano (Italy) - The new 3 T/h line for storing, transporting and dosing of different types of cereals and derivatives to obtain special flours useful for the production of trendy food products, also using stone grinding, was tested on the 31st May.
Cremona canal port (Italy) – Ocrim’s CEO, Alberto Antolini, has given the go-ahead for the creation of the new department for managing the grinding rolls, which will include fluting, grinding and balancing stations and an innovative system for coating the rolls in titanium.
Sergio Antolini on May 16th will present his new book "Argonaut": an accurate anthropological-cultural analysis, which takes the reader on a synaesthetic journey that starts from the Wheat and ends with the Bread.
Modica (RG, Italy) - “When we decided to build a new mill, distinguished for its energy savings, we had no doubts: Ocrim is the partner with the right means and technology to come up with an innovative strategy that is able to fulfil our needs”.
About four years ago, Ocrim took over FBC, a long-established company based in Medesano (Parma, Italy). The business has been manufacturing end-of-line systems since 1980, specialising in palletising and packaging in bags, bundles and other forms of packaging.
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