The company

The company mill Rüningen Stefan Engelke GmbH has its origins with the purchase of the mill Ringelsheim by Stefan Engelke, whose family has been working in the industry for twelve generations. He started his own business and founded the Südhannoversche Mühlenwerke Engelke GmbH in 1989. In today's 25 year history, a steady expansion of grinding capacity took place. A milestone in the young history of the company was the construction of the mill in Gelsenkirchen in 2004. The company has continued to develop and won a growing number of customers with the same high quality and continuity of the products for themselves.

2014 was marked by many changes in the flour milling industry of which the Südhannoverschen Mühlenwerke could benefit. The Südhannoverschen Mühlenwerke could buy the mill Rüningen and the mill Celle and thus expand its product range as secure two very modern and traditional mill sites. Finally, the mill Rüningen has a more than 700 year history and is one of the oldest companies in Lower Saxony and one of the largest and most modern mills in Europe. The tradition on the one hand but even more the good name of the mill Rüningen has prompted the company to change the corporate name fron Südhannoversche Mühlenwerke GmbH to Mühle Rüningen Stefan Engelke GmbH. With the acquisition of the two mills, the company has doubled sales and look forward to the future.

The individual and customer oriented range of articles offers all flour types and milling products. The company owned truck fleet delivers the products quick and reliable to the food industry, the baking industry and the wholesalers in Germany, the EU and the rest of the world. Our in-house laboratories guarantee the high quality level of our flour products by means of constant quality controls of the incoming goods, production an finished products. We provide only the best to our customers from the best nature has to offer.

The 'Harzer Tiernahrung' belongs to the group of companies.

With the blessing of god:
By the way, the monk of Ringelheim has been the patron of our mill since 1626. What could be better than that?
The monk also remains in the new company logo.