Technology changes very rapidly in the rice milling sector. As the mills move to become fully automated, expertise and experience become of paramount importance. In existing rice milling business, it becomes imperative to upgrade to brand new state of the art.
Technology is ever changing but even more rapidly in the rice milling sector. While it's convenient to upgrade piecemeal, it is ultimately self-defeating. This is because if you want to have greater returns, you need to be ahead of the curve.
Rice milling is the process that helps in removal of hulls and bran’s from paddy grains to produce polished rice. Rice feeds thousands of millions of people and milling is the process wherein the rice grain is transformed into an edible form- fit for human consumption.
The Rice milling denotes the process for removal of husk and bran from paddy grains in order to produce polished rice. Rice is one of man’s consumed staple foods and helps sustain two-thirds of the world’s population. Its demand is huge and ever growing as it is central to life for thousands of millions.
Rice is the staple food of not only India but the entire South East Asia. Apart from being the second largest producer of rice after China and driving significant numbers in agrarian India, the state of technology still leaves much to be desired.
Rice is the staple food for nearly two- thirds of India’s population, the rice industry plays a predominant role in the Indian context. It is especially so as paddy in its raw form is inedible and necessitates processing for obtaining rice.
Paddy Milling Plants nowadays are largely automated and need optimization at the design stage to maximize the returns. For this entirely automated process a micromanaged and Systematic Layout Planning is a prerequisite that begins with the refining of the paddy and ranges.