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Disruption to ADM soybean crushing mill in Germany

By Jane Byrne contact

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Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) said mechanical problems have disrupted output at its Mainz plant, one of Germany’s main soybean crushing mills.

The company said it is in the process of making repairs at the facility, a move that is temporarily affecting deliveries.

“We are working directly with customers to ensure their needs are met until we can return to normal operations,” ​a spokesperson told FeedNavigator.

The agribusiness giant operates oilseeds crushing plants in Spyck, Straubing and Mainz.

In terms of its other German operations, it has a commercial office in Hamburg and three manufacturing facilities for natural ingredients and compounds in Heidelberg-Eppelheim, Berlin and Nauen.

It also runs a silo facility on the Elbe River at Magdeburg, and two joint venture export terminals, RGL in Rostock and Silo P Kruse in Hamburg.

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