Sahib Flour MillsView mapJalandhar, Punjab
Our uncompromising value based dealings have won us friends in all the grain markets of North and we enjoy priority access to choicest stock of wheat so crucial to the quality of our produce.
On inheriting the reins of the ancestral enterprise in early eighties, we re-vowed our pledge not only to hold high their lofty ideals but also to elevate the production process to match the changed tastes and life-styles. By 1990 the whole traditional setup was scrapped and replaced by a totally new process which incorporated the latest technology to process super quality wheat into superb flour. We did not stay-put here for long as we wanted to expand and reach out to vaster consumers. In 1994, the present plant "Sahib Flour Mills" was conceived. It took up 3 years, our in-line experience of two generations and sifting of years of market feedback to select, innovate and even fabricate certain sections of the plant, apart from installing the latest machinery units manufactured by the most reputed firms in the trade. The main objective was to incorporate the latest technology practised abroad by adapting it to suit Indian temperament. This huge plant now stands on an acre of land powered by 277 KW electric load. It has an installed capacity of 3.5 tones per hour with in-built provision to double the same. The technology being applied is totally different from the traditional sudden death method, process of instant conversion of wheat straight into atta. Technically speaking, it is now processed by "Order Wise" method which means wheat is broken, grinded in many stages and sieved every time when reduced smaller and smaller until it reaches its ultimate shape/ size of atta. This process does not generate excess heat thus preserving its maximum nutritional value which is contrary to the traditional method which substantially reduces the nutritional contents of flour.
It is also made sure in wheat cleaning that all the impurities are screened size-wise i.e. under-size and over-size. Then impurities of same size of wheat are removed with the help of air-suction i.e. into lighter/heavier foreign materials. Not only once, twice but many time cleaning checks result into only grains of wheat. The dust adherent to the outer surface of grain is then removed by scouring the wheat with the help of scourer (a machine). Where after it is water treated and conditioned for a specific time. Then it is passed on to grinding/ milling section for ultimate processing.
|Year of Establishment|
|Nature of Business|
|Number of Employees|
26 to 50 People
Jalandhar - 144021