CPM stands for California Pellet Mill Co. with a history going back to 1883. Today CPM is part of a wordwide group of companies including Roskamp Champion, Beta Raven, Century Extrusion and Wolverine Proctor & Schwarz which are forming the CPM acquisition corp. CPM acquisition corp. is owned by Gilbert Global Equity Partners.
The CPM / Roskamp Champion division has a worldwide reputation as flaking, grinding and pelleting specialists. In order to achieve global coverage around the clock the world has been divided in three parts:
North, central and south America including Canada which are served by our offices in the Crawfordville, Indiana and Waterloo, Iowa, USA.
Europe, Africa and the Middle East served by CPM/Europe BV in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Asia and Australia served by CPM Pacific Pte, Ltd in Singapore.
CPM is well known, not only in the animal feed industry but also in other industies, where CPM pellet mills and other equipment are used all over the world.
Oil seed industry
Wood ginding and pelleting
Waste densification (RDF)
Sugar beet pulp processing
Animal feed industry
Alfafa and straw proccessing
CPM is a specialized equipment manufacturer and our objective is to provide the industry with the best "value for money", Which may need some explanation:. Our objective is not to be the cheapest, but to provide the lowest cost per ton which the highest reliability. In order to achieve this objective CPM has decided to specialize in the supply of equipment only and to co-operate with local or international engineering companies for turn-key solutions. Over the years CPM has build a network of knowledgeble agents and dealers around the world. The transfer of know-how and expierence to our partners and customers about how to use and install our equipment is crucial for achieving optimal results and is a substancial part of our supply.
The history of CPM dates back to 1883 in California's Napa Valley when the California Pellet Mill Company manufactured presses, crushers and stemmers for winemakers. In 1931, the company revolutionised the feed processing industry with the introduction of the first commercially successful pellet mill. A few years later, in 1938, the Roskamp story began when John Roskamp formed the Roskamp Huller Company. Roskamp invented and sold the first commercially sized oat huller to the feed milling industry. In the 1980's, Roskamp Champion was born with the purchase of Roskamp Roller Mill Company and Champion Hammer mills. This addition positioned CPM to become a leader in particle size reduction. In 2002, CPM purchased Beta Raven of St. Charles, Missouri, USA, a leading supplier of computerized process controls and ingredient scaling systems. Beta Raven is a leading supplier to the feed milling industry, but also sells automation and control systems to the bakery, tortilla, and premix industries. In 2006, CPM the world's leading equipment provider for particle size reduction and pellet agglomeration, announces the acquisition of Century Extrusion, from Century, Inc. of Traverse City, Mich. The acquisition adds Century Extrusion's industry leading extrusion equipment and parts to the CPM product line. CPM has production capabilities covering the world. World headquarters are located in Waterloo, Iowa, beside our Roskamp Champion production facilities. In Asia, CPM recently relocated and expanded its Singapore and Wuxi, China production facilities. With over US$3.5 million dollars invested, the new state-of-the-art facilities allow CPM to continue to meet the demand for its products in the growing Asian animal feeds and oilseed processing markets. CPM also operates plants in Crawfordsville, Indiana; Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. CPM is owned by Gilbert Global Equity Partners. This strategic and financial partnership has enabled CPM to grow organically and by acquisition to better serve our customers by offering premier equipment with the lowest total operating cost.
CPM Europe BV
1031 HD Amsterdam
Tel: +31 (0) 20 494 61 29
Fax: +31 (0) 20 636 51 67
Tel: +31 (0) 20 494 61 16
Fax: +31 (0) 20 636 42 94
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Tel: +31 (0)20 494 61 78
Fax: +31 (0)20 636 42 94
For general information:
Tel: +31 (0)20 494 61 11
Fax: +31 (0)20 636 42 94