OUR JOURNEY

OUR INCEPTION

The Barmalt origin story begins all the way back in 1967, in a rural town called Gurgaon located just outside the Indian capital of New Delhi. Now one of India’s leading and most cosmopolitan cities, Barmalt’s past is as humble as Gurgaon’s.

After producing brewer’s flakes, Barmalt made a key decision to diversify into malting to provide value addition to our clients and to diversify our product range.

The malting unit was started in 1967 in Gurgaon, with a small annual capacity of 2000 MT and a big passion for malting.

1967

Barmalt was started in Gurgaon with an installed annual capacity of 2,000 MT

2008

Our Khaliawas (Dharuhera), Haryana, plant was commissioned

2014

Our Keshwana (Kotputli), Rajasthan, plant was commissioned

2017

In 2017, Barmalt celebrated its 50th anniversary

OUR STORY

From a small beginning to becoming the market leader in India for malted products, Barmalt’s malting story is steeped in a strong culture of adopting new technologies, driving innovation and committing to customer satisfaction.

 

Key Initiatives by Barmalt

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1990

Installed silos for bulk storage of barley and malt

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1997

Installed electrostatic precipitators (ESP) for boilers 

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1998

Introduced indirect heating in the kilns

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1998

Installed Meura mash filters to obtain better efficiencies in malt extract production

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1999

Changed the manually operated malt extract plant into a fully automated plant

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2001

Changed the manually operated malting into a fully automated malt house 

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2004

ISO 9001 certification

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2006

1st malting unit in India to be HACCP certified

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2010

2nd company in India to be FSSC 22000 certified

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2015

1st company in FMCG Sector in India to undergo SEDEX audit

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2018

Flaking plant was commissioned

OUR PROGRESS

As our journey moves onwards, we continue to challenge ourselves and focus on technology, innovation and customer satisfaction.

To reach new heights and milestones, we rely on our 3 Pillars of Strength – People, Process, Products.

PEOPLE

Staff Members
Customers
Vendors
Suppliers
Society

PROCESS

Technology
Innovation
Quality Assurance
Safety
Sustainability

PRODUCTS

Customer Satisfaction
Value Addition
Quality Control
R&D
Supply Chain