CANADA- The Swedish agritech BoMill AB has recently forged a distribution partnership with Nexeed Inc., a reputable provider of grain, food, and seed processing equipment solutions, specifically for the Canadian market.

The two companies are especially keen on offering Canadian processors the new BoMill InSight by the Swedish equipment manufacturer. 

BoMill InSight, the latest innovation from BoMill, is a groundbreaking grain sorting solution, distinguishing itself as the only one of its kind. 

It can segregate individual kernels at an industrial pace, reaching up to 15 metric tons per hour or 125,000 kernels per second. This sorting is based on inner grain qualities like protein content and fusarium contamination.

This equipment targets industrial grain companies with sustainability objectives, enabling them to optimize their grain supply and enhance product quality. 

This includes grain producers, such as large cooperatives and grain elevators, as well as processors like flour mills and malt producers.

BoMill InSight stands out due to its revolutionary modular approach, offering maximum operational flexibility and easy upgradability. Its smart frame design and compact footprint facilitate quick and trouble-free installation in both new and existing grain processing lines. 

Additionally, its cost-efficient installation, operation, maintenance, and upgradability ensure a rapid return on investment for customers.

Andreas Jeppsson, BoMill’s CEO, expressed enthusiasm for the opportunity presented by the Canadian market, emphasizing the potential for BoMill InSight.

The Canadian market offers great potential for the commercial development of BoMill InSight. We are thrilled to start collaborating and building a long-term partnership with Nexeed Inc., such a well-known provider of grain processing solutions in the region,” commented Jeppsson.

Nexeed Inc. has been delivering equipment solutions to Canadian seed, grain, and food processors since 1993. Their services encompass plant design, planning, and the maintenance of existing seed or grain processing facilities. Their clientele includes leaders in the seed industry, special crop cleaning, and food processing.

Mark Metcalfe, President of Nexeed Inc., expressed excitement about the upcoming collaboration with BoMill in Canada. 

We are excited to start our collaboration with BoMill on the Canadian market. BoMill InSight complements our offering and presents new opportunities for our seed, grain, and food processing customers to improve the quality of their products further,”  Mark remarked.

Earlier this year, in June, BoMill entered into a distribution agreement with Tripette & Renaud, a supplier of equipment and services to the French flour milling sector.

As part of the agreement, BoMill Insight was included in Tripette & Renaud’s product offerings for the grain, malting, and flour milling businesses.

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