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Buehler UK

University of Warwick
Science Park
West Midlands
United Kingdom

Telephone : 024 7669 2242
Fax : 024 7669 2074

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Fasta pasta - online meetings speed custom gearbox design

Renold Gears has designed a bespoke gearbox for Swiss food processing equipment manufacturer, Bühler, in record time with just three online meetings between the customer's engineers, and Renold's engineers in both Switzerland and the UK.FULL STORY...

Bühler welcomes the elite researchers of tomorrow

Bühler is pleased to host the “9th European PhD Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology” in Uzwil. FULL STORY...

Bühler takes a giant leap forward in intelligent optical sorting for rice with the all-new SORTEX S UltraVision™

The Bühler Group, a global leader in rice processing and optical sorting solutions, has further extended its leadership in intelligent optical sorting for rice with the introduction of its most sophisticated, highest-capacity optical sorter yet.  Addressing changing and challenging market and consumer requirements, the all-new SORTEX S UltraVision™ significantly increases rice processors’ profitability, by allowing them to define the exact quality level for their rice, even when faced FULL STORY...


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