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STARCH PLANT GULKEVICHSKY WILL SUPPLY MALTODEXTRIN ALL ACROSS RUSSIA

Gulkevichsky
16. November 2018. TV channel “Kuban 24” announced the meeting of the Governor of Krasnodar Region Veniamin Kondratyev with investors of Starch plant Gulkevichsky in relation to the official launch of production of maltodextrin (starch sugar).

 
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NewBio LLC - a Greenfield Cornstarch Factory
NewBio
NewBio LLC. The project was carried out by the International Starch Institute (Denmark), a leading European engineering company in the field of starch and starch products. In 2020, the enterprise was put into operation and launched industrial production of maltodextrins, glucose syrups, dry corn starch and feed products. In 2021, a production capacity for processing corn of 155,000 tons per year was reached, with the possibility of further increasing production volumes.

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Karup Potato Starch Factory - Now in World Class
Karup Potato Starch Factory, Denmark
17. Oct. 2019 TV MidtVest.

Last month, a brand new factory was put into operation, allowing Karup to now process over 300 tons of potatoes per hour.

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International Starch Institute A/S
Since the late 1980s, International Starch Group has delivered turnkey production plants for the manufacture of starch and its derivatives. These facilities extract starch and make glucose from agricultural crops in many parts of the world. Every single plant has been delivered on time, with the promised capacity and quality. That's what we've become known for - no coincidence that we have been triple A rated by Dun & Bradstreet for years. 

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Find us at Agro Food Park 13, 8200 Aarhus N, Denmark. For more information about our services or to discuss your specific needs, please contact us via email at international@starch.dk or call us at +45 88 43 88 00. We look forward to assisting you with your starch production requirements.


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