Çukurova Silo, a global silo manufacturer in Turkey that exports to more than 70 countries, has recently signed a contract to build a massive grain storage facility project with a capacity of one million tons in Turkmenistan.
The project, of which feasibility study, project design, engineering calculations, production and installation will be carried out 100% by Çukurova Silo, will be the world’s largest grain storage facility when it is completed, Can Demirel, Sales Manager of Çukurova Silo, wrote in an article on Istanbul-based Miller Magazine last Friday.
Çukurova Silo’s first project in Turkmenistan was a grain storage facility with a capacity of 50,000 tons in 2019. Following the facility’s successful delivery, Demirel continued, Çukurova Silo received an order for the construction of the new facility with a capacity of 1 million tons.
Can Demirel said the turnkey project is planned as a 'Grain Storage Facility' complex that includes the latest technology silo handling system, silo automation system, grain drying facility, and grain cleaning facility.
This project will be the first in the world in terms of facility size and capacity, complex design, according to the Turkish company’s Sales Manager. The company has already started production for the delivery of the project, including feasibility, design, production, logistics and installation.