Malteurop in Germany

Since its creation in the 1980s, Malteurop has exported malt to Germany. Germany, though it is the largest malt market in the European Union, has a malting industry that is unstructured, made up of many units with small capacities. Since the reunification of Germany, the sector has been undergoing a profound restructuring, and Malteurop has further strengthened its commercial positions with the creation, in 1993, of two new plants: one in Langerringen in Bavaria and the other in Rostock in the Northeast.

The acquisition of the malting plant in Heidenau in 2007 complements the base of industrial facilities of Malteurop Deutschland. The Group’s three German plants have a total capacity of 260,000 tons. Among the most recent and best-performing of the Group’s malting plants, they are ideally located to serve the entire German brewing industry, and prefigure the future direction of Germany’s malting industry.

Malteurop Germany produces basic malts — Pilsen and Munich — from two- and six-row barley, as well as wheat malt.

All the Malteurop Germany malting plants are GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), ISO 22000 (Food Safety), and ISO 50001 (Environment) certified.

Send all requests for information or sales contacts to contact.germany@malteurop.com.

Langerringen

Address

Gennacher Str. 1 - D/86853 Langerringen

Type Tower
Shipping mode Train / Truck
Packaging Bulk
Types of malt

Pilsen / Wheat / Special kilned

Rostock

Address

Mälzereistr. - D/18133 Rostock Überseehafen

Type Tower
Shipping mode Train / Truck / Ship
Packaging Bulk
Types of malt

Pilsen / Special kilned

Heidenau

Address

Hafenstr. - D/01809 Heidenau

Type Tower
Shipping mode Truck / Barge
Packaging Bulk
Types of malt

Pilsen / Special kilned