Lenexa, KS - The International Association of Operative Millers (IAOM) invites milling professionals from countries throughout South Asia to participate in the inaugural meetings of a planned South Asia Region on December 3-4 in Delhi, and December 6-7 in Bangalore, India.
This event is being organized in cooperation with Assocom Institute of Bakery Technology & Management (AIBTM), the Roller Flour Millers Federation of INdia (RFMFI) and the Wheat Products Promotion Society (WPPS).
The first ever IAOM miller's meetings for the targeted region will feature IAOM's special blend of education, business and camaraderie that has proven to be effective throughout the world.
The conference center of Assocom Institute of Bakery Technology & Management (AIBTM) will serve as the site for the Delhi event.
The Bangalore event will take place at the Gateway Residency Road hotel.
Both events will include daily educational seminars, networking luncheons, expo and panel discussions.
Presentations by industry experts from around the world will cover topics as diverse as flour formulations for target specifications through blending, wheat quality attributes, new developments in cleaning and tempering, using solar energy, flour handling systems, modifying existing plants with new technology, and integrated pest management.
IAOM anticipates approximately 20 exhibitors to participate in the Expo, providing hands-on demonstrations and answering millers' immediate questions about new trends and technological advances in equipment and services during the event.
"IAOM has been communicating with the milling industry in India for several years, and we're excited to finally be bringing an IAOM meeting to the millers in the region.
"IAOM's global network will be strengthened by the move into South Asia," stated IAOM Executive Vice President Melinda Farris.
"The initial response to the event from the milling community throughout South Asia has been extremely positive and we're looking forward to two great events."
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