Esfahan Ard Atlas Company with a long history in flour industry operated with its previous line until 2000. With new factory and using Swiss Boler technology, the new lines of this company started their operations in July 2005. The current capacity of this company in two production lines is 600 tons per days and in terms of winnowing systems, storing and production, all diagrams are based on Boler design. The main advantages of this company are quality of flour, using advanced technologies and customer-centeredness. Customer service, production management and laboratory have close connection with customers.
The History Of Ard Atlas Company In Words Of Late Haj Ahmad Kazerooni
After the end of World War II and the change in the economic situation of the country and the increase in population and the need for flour and mills in 1949, we inaugurated a mill. At that time, the facilities were very limited. We used to rotate the two pieces of millstone upside down in a round bottom with the bus diesel engine so that the wheat could be milled between the two stones. Wheat was brought to this mill from far and near with basic equipment such as quadruped, and after a few days of waiting in a queue, they received the flour. After that, the milling system was changed and after 5 years of working with motor mills, Atlas Flour finally started working in 1954 as the first waltz factory in Isfahan. The waltzes were from the Libik factory in Germany and the sieves and corps were from the same wooden guard factory that entered the country through the port of Khorramshahr and was installed and commissioned within 3 months. Isfahan, we had a lot of problems and I remember when we started the factory, our biggest problem was selling wheat bran, because at that time no one was very familiar with bran, which was a new product. First, we had to introduce this product to make it possible to sell it.. Gradually, the waltz flour production system became known and widespread.