The evolution of the Sayga Flour Mills



The evolution of the Sayga Flour Mills Sayga Flour Mills, Dal Group, Khartoum, Sudan


Sayga Flour Mills, is Sudan’s premier flour milling company and one of the country’s most prolific and effervescent organisations.

From its early beginnings in 1996, the company has been renowned for high quality products and technical innovation.

Sayga has continued to play a leading role in the production, processing, packaging, marketing and distribution of various food products in Sudan.

The Sayga mills were designed by Buhler; a leading Swiss Milling Technology Company.


In 1997, construction of the Port Sudan Silos owned by Sayga commenced.

DAL Construction erected the project and it became operational in May 1998.

At the time, Sayga Silos Port Sudan occupied an area of 4,000m2 with 4 silos holding a total storage capacity of 20,000MT (Metric Tonnes). It received its first vessel, The J Michel, in May 1998, which held 20,000MT of Australian wheat.

A rented ship unloader off-loaded this vessel into Sayga’s newly acquired Buhler handling equipment, that comprised of a machinery tower, one truck loading station with a discharge rate of 120MT/hr, and two loading bins with holding capacity of 130MT.

At this time, the intake capacity totalled 300MT/hr.

A couple of months later…

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