10,000 CWT Hard Wheat Flour Mill
Packaging & Warehouse Expansion
1. Contractor/Engineer: Todd & Sargent, Inc., Ames, Iowa
2. Client Data: News Release (October 27, 2016) – Miller Milling Company announced it will expand its Saginaw, TX flour mill by more than 70 percent. The just-commenced project will include the construction of a new mill able to produce 10,000 cwt of flour per day along with necessary infrastructure for grain handling, packaging, storage and load-out capabilities.
“This expansion will let us better serve our existing customers and attract new ones,” said Jeffrey Thomas, Miller Milling’s vice president of operations.
The project will bring the total number of mills at the site to three and will increase the facility’s flour production capacity from its current level of 14,000 cwt per day to 24,000 cwt per day. The new mill will process local wheats and is expected to be completed by early 2019.
Thomas said the project also includes a doubling of Miller’s packaging capacity and warehouse space that will allow the company to grow with its existing customer base and to supply packaged flour to customers to meet customer’s demands for packaged flour.
Miller Milling was founded in Minneapolis in 1985. In 2012, Miller Milling became a part of the Nisshin Seifun Group of Japan. In 2014, Miller Milling acquired four milling operations in California, Texas and Minnesota.