CMS has visited the Austrian Export Day at the chamber of commerce in Vienna. It was a big event and almost every trade commissioner was represented here. As CMS focusses on exporting products worldwide, it was an important event and many more will follow.
CMS took part in a course for testing grain by human sensors. As harvest is coming closer, this is very helpfull for flour mills, if they take over the grain from the farmers. by smell, optic and a feeling a first evaluation about the quality of the raw material can be submited. if there are abnormalities, an analysis by an accredited laboratory is mandatory.
The rough principle of a roller mill shown in a laboratory in Vienna. The extraction rate of this small machine is just about 20%. Every experienced miller knows that this is not comparable with a sophisticated mill for superfine flour. CMS mills have an extraction rate of 82%, if the raw material is appropriate. The shown machine is not usable for commercial purposes, but nice to watch!
An interview in the magazine "Niederösterreichische Wirtschaft" with our managing partner Lisa Dyk about our activity on the African continent!
CMS was invited to take part in the biggest agricultural exhibition in Novi Sad/Serbia from 16th -18th of May. It was a great success and many more visits will follow soon!
The opening speach at the exhibiton "Food + Bev Tech Tehran" of the Austrian pavillon was held by Dr. Georg Weingartner, trade commissioner in Tehran, second from the left. Mr. Peter Dyk, founder of CMS in the middle and Paulus Ruttin, Export Manager to his right spent four days in Tehran to welcome new interested parties and familiar cutomers.