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Bühler Grain 2012. 2 | © Bühler | A 150-year success story. Technology partner for plant and equipment and related services for processing.

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1 Bühler Grain 2012

2 2 | © Bühler | A 150-year success story. Technology partner for plant and equipment and related services for processing basic foods and manufacturing high-grade materials. Worldwide, 8’800 employees, of which 500 apprentices. Sales revenue (turnover) of CHF 2’130 million Investment of 4–5% of annual sales in basic research und applied development. Over 70 sales & service companies, more than 20 manufacturing sites and 24 service stations around the world. 100%-owned by Urs Bühler. DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Uzwil, Switzerland

3 3 | © Bühler | With our customers – all over the world. 70 sales locations and over 20 manufacturing sites. DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Bühler sales sites Bühler sales and manufacturing sites

4 4 | © Bühler | Corporate structure. DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 CEO Calvin Grieder Grain Processing Bruno Mendler Food Processing Stefan Scheiber Advanced Materials Achim Klotz Sales & Service Manufacturing & Logistics Finance & Administration Corporate Technology Grain Milling / Brewing Feed & Biomass Sortex & Rice Grain Logistics Chocolate & Cocoa Pasta & Extruded Products Aeroglide Nutrition Solutions Die Casting Grinding & Dispersion Thermal Processes Nanotechnology

5 5 | © Bühler | DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Solutions for the entire food value chain - from agricultural product collection points to food processing plants

6 6 | © Bühler | Standardized Solutions for Grain Terminals and Silo Plants. Guaranteed Performance, Constant Quality, High Availability. DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

7 7 | © Bühler | River Transport DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

8 8 | © Bühler | Benefits of water transportation DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012  Ecological  Economical  Save  Efficient  Extensive existing waterway network  Decongestion of road and rail network  No additional storing costs during transportation  The only way of transport that still offers additional capacity!

9 9 | © Bühler | Logistical current core regions DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

10 10 | © Bühler | Logistical future core regions DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

11 11 | © Bühler | Main waterways in Europe DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

12 12 | © Bühler | Comparison of transport modes DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Source: Research from the U.S. Maritime Administration and National Waterways Foundation In order to move 3000 tons of bulk material you need:  100 Trucks of 30 t  50 train wagons of 60 t, But only one:  1 barge of 3000 t

13 13 | © Bühler | Comparison of transport modes Economical costs DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Source: Research from the German water and maritime administration * Twenty foot Equivalent Unit

14 14 | © Bühler | Comparison of transport modes Greenhouse gases emitted per (MT) Million ton per KM DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Source: Research from the U.S. Maritime Administration and National Waterways Foundation

15 15 | © Bühler | Comparison of transport modes External Costs DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Source: Research from the German water and maritime administration Truck Rail Barge

16 16 | © Bühler | Comparison of transport modes Energy consumption DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Transport distance of 1 metric tonn with 5 litre of diesel fuel Truck Rail Barge 100km 333km 500km

17 Unloading grain out of river barges

18 18 | © Bühler | Mechanical unloading Working Principle Chain PrincipleSuction Principle DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Less product speed 2.5m/s Less wear and tear Less energy consumption 0.4kWh/t Gentle treatment for machine and product Less noisy 80dB A Higher product speed 20m/s Harsh treatment for machine and product More energy consumtion 0.8kWh/t More noisy 90dB A Pneumatic Working Principle

19 19 | © Bühler | The Bühler Bargolink DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

20 20 | © Bühler | Bargolink has been developed for: DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012  Rivers, channels, streams  Ports with river access  Where barges are used  Barges up to 3500 T (Larger size barges under consideration)  Terminals with sea and river access  Process industries with river access

21 21 | © Bühler | Bargolink Unloading concept Feeding screw Marine leg Gravity spouting Counterweight Boom conveyor Winch for barge displacement diging process DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

22 22 | © Bühler | Bargolink Various types DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012  Stationary unloader  Mobile unloader  Maximum capacities  150 t/h*  300 t/h* * of wheat with PS =0,75 t/m 3

23 23 | © Bühler | Energy costs and potential savings DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012 Assumptions: Grain: t/y Price per Kwh: € 0.15

24 24 | © Bühler | Summary of the main characteristics of the Bargolink DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012  Energy saving  Efficient  Cheaper per tonnage  Continous unloading  Ecological  Less wear and tear  Less product breakage

25 25 | © Bühler | References Type CustomerCountry 1 Bargolink 300 mobile Nord Céréales France 1 Bargolink 300 combi Stationary AgrokorCroatia 1 Bargolink 150 Stationary Yihai LTDChina DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

26 26 | © Bühler | References Bargolink 300/20 m Nord Céréales, Dunkerque (France) DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012

27 27 | © Bühler | Thank you very much for your attention! DCI Amsterdam | Bargolink | Adrian Hinderling | 2012


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