OCRIM, founded 1945, is one of the most important players in the milling sector worldwide and is specialised in the design and construction of mills for grinding wheat, corn, cereals in general and feed mills. Ocrim, thanks to its Italian Made brand, proves and documents the production and logistics process, which is carried out entirely in Italy at the company's workshops in Cremona, based on the pursuit of quality and design, which are the true and ofter unwritten laws of Italian culture. To confirm this business orientation and to integrate its servece, in 2017 Ocrim took over FBC, an historical Italian company specialised in the design and construction of handling systems such as palletisation, wrapping or capping of the full pallet.

Our supply chain is a container of ideas and proposals, communication, research and discoveries. It brings together different sectors and skills, stemming from the desire to combine different energies and the best resources for the culture of Italian excellence in the world of cereals, flour and associated finished products. The culture and the concept of ‘Italian Made’ is undoubtedly the punctum and least common multiple that embraces all of the various food-processing and industrial businesses involved.

Our supply chain takes care of managing raw materials from the earliest stages of knowledge of the cereal, of the crops, of processing the product with advanced technology and experience, up to the transformation of the final product into products such as pasta, bread and bakery products in general.
Our supply chain shows you, as customers, every stage of the process, cultivation and processing of raw materials, to give you the feeling of being profound connoisseurs and representatives of products you will offer with all its distinctive features.


The collaboration between the various companies of the supply chain lead to the creation of a full training service within a research center, characterized by a large and futuristic auditorium, a mill, fields conceived as open spaces for precision agriculture and a campus serving for accommodation purposes. The center therefore provides for training from any point of view: from knowledge of seeds to the production and marketing of finished products.