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Bühler’s all-new SORTEX S UltraVision™ - a giant leap forward in intelligent optical sorting for riceBühler leads the way forward, with the introduction of its most sophisticated, highest-capacity optical rice sorter yet. The all-new SORTEX S UltraVision™ allows rice processors to define an exact level of quality for their rice, even with highly-contaminated input. Yield is not compromised, enabling processors to deliver increased value for money to their customers.
The new issue is devoted almost entirely to the motto “Open Innovation”. Learn how Bühler plans in the future to involve internal and external partners as well as customers in the innovation process. Moreover, numerous examples from the field give you an exciting insight into the world of our customers.
New compact maize milling solution.The innovative Isigayo compact mill may be a game-changer for newcomers to maize milling and improve food safety and security for rural Africa.
News & Events.
Fiscal 2013 with higher order intake – Change in the Board of Directors. Uzwil, 02/11/2014 – Bühler looks back on fiscal 2013 with very divergent results in the various business units and market regions. As announced, Urs Bühler left the Board of Directors with effect from yesterday’s General Meeting. His successor is Calvin Grieder, who continues to also act as CEO. Read more
Change in the Executive Board Uzwil, 01/30/2014 – Martin Menrath, Head of the Manufacturing & Logistics Division and Member of the Executive Board, has decided to retire early and to leave Bühler in the course of 2014. His successor is Holger Feldhege, who is currently Senior Vice President Manufacturing Elevator with ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG in Germany. Read more
Slightly more orders released than a year ago Uzwil, 01/29/2014 – In fiscal 2013, Bühler Group received orders worth CHF 2363 million or just above 1% more than a year ago. Sales revenue (turnover) reached CHF 2322 million and was thus 3.6% below the level of the strong previous year. The results achieved by the different business units and markets varied considerably. Read moreRead more