Moser Agrar & Baufachzentrum, Großmehring, Germany

Voice of the customer

“For farmers, it’s convenient since they never have to wait long. Plus, the new location is way more convenient for them – they no longer have to worm their way through city traffic to deliver their grains,” says Thomas Goldbrunner, plant manager of the new location at Interpark industrial park in Großmehring.

Managing director Georg Moser is visibly proud of his new system: “In terms of food safety and occupational safety, we’ve made major progress,” says the owner. In the old plant, dust emissions gave trouble to employees and neighbors alike. The decision to put up a new building was in the pipeline for several years. For Georg Moser, it was particularly important for the new system to be located near the old one, since he felt obligated to his suppliers as a longstanding partner to the regional farming industry. “Local farmers have been bringing their grain to us for decades. 90 percent of our suppliers come from here, and we maintain very close contact with them.”

After realizing several successful projects together, Moser chose Bühler as its supplier and partner for constructing the new system. “We have known some of the employees for over 30 years. We know what they are capable of.

One more plus was that as a full-range provider, Bühler offers us end-to-end services from planning, to machine delivery, silo delivery, hall filling down to assembly”, says Georg Moser.

The handshake was followed by the go-ahead – and lots of pressure. After all, the system was supposed to go online in just 13 months. Developing the premises also turned out to be another challenge.

Today, the seven steel storage bins with a total storage capacity of 16200 tons can be seen from miles away. The machine building towers in the middle, offering space for 15 separate processing cells, a dedusting system, a sieve cleaning system, a grader and a flow rate scale. The manager is convinced that working in the new plant is a major step forward for everyone.


The terrain has a challenging geometry.
We had to find a place for everything in a tricky plot.
of Moser's business comes from agriculture.
Farmers have been bringing their grain to Moser for decades.
350 t/h
total intake throughput
Combined with the parallel use of several machines, this makes the plant a modern solution for the future.
We have good machines with equally good performance and quality. Besides, Bühler service can supply us with spare parts fast from its Beilngries location, which is another huge advantage for us.

Georg Moser, Managing Director – Moser Agrar & Baufachzentrum

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