BoMill welcomes Mikael Lundborg
14 July 2020.
“More than 30 years’ experience as financial auditor, CFO, business advisor in executive roles in several industries like Packaging-, Printing, Chemical-, Software, Recycling- and e-commerce.
Conductive and impelling in developing international business, implementing major structural changes, always focused on profitability, growth and goal fulfilment with great commitment to company values and individual co-workers.
Happy to have joined BoMill to support BoMills great team in the next phase of company’s growth and development.”
Come and meet us at GFIA in Utrecht 9–10 May at Jaarbeurs Expo Centre. Here you have the possibility to meet us and to learn more how to capture the hidden value in your grain.Read more >>
Now it is time for the 121:st IAOM Conference and Expo. This year the Conference will take place April 10-14 at the New Orleans Marriott and the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. This year BoMill is a part of the Educational programming were you will learn more about how to Manage your grain … Continue reading Meet us at IAOM, New Orelans, US, April 10-14Read more >>
Meet us at World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco, March 28-29. Learn more at https://www.worldagritechusa.com/Read more >>
Welcome to meet us togheter with our US partner, Bratney Companies, between February 25-28, 2017 at the Kansas City Convention Center, Kansas City Missouri. You will be able to learn more about our Single kernel sorting solution both for process use and our labunit for sample sorting. Bring your samples and we will show how … Continue reading Meet us at GEAPS Exchange next week in Kansas CityRead more >>
BoMill AB has yet again received an order of their grain sorting technique, TriQ, to the Canadian market. The order came from BoMill´s distributor Flaman Grain Cleaning Division of Flaman Group of Companies. Jason Basset of Peterson Grain Processors, located near Bruno SK, is the latest owner of BoMill’s TriQ technology. The main focus will … Continue reading BoMill hits the Canadian prairies againRead more >>