GEA TDS tells BeverageDaily.com that its new beverage deaeration technology for beverages and milks can help manufacturers achieve ‘drastic savings’ in terms of steam, water, energy and thus money.
GEA said continuing strong demand for food processing technology meant it was “satisfied” with performance in the first quarter of 2012 even as one-off integration costs for its food solutions...
GEA announced it has acquired Swiss valve specialists Aseptomag as part of its strategy to expand its sterile and aseptic offerings in the company’s core sector- food.
GEA Process Engineering has acquired intellectual property (IP) rights to a range of high-shear mixing technology from Danish company Limitech and established its own mixing business.
GEA Group has reached an agreement to acquire a New Zealand-based powder specialist as part of its ongoing strategy to expand in the emerging Asian markets and compete with rivals...
GEA is seeing “dramatic increases” in orders from the Chinese dairy market as local companies seek to improve standards and meet higher local demand.
Vietnam-based Vinamilk has placed a €30m order with GEA Process Engineering for two complete dairy processing lines to be used in the production of infant formula.
GEA Group has won a €20m-order for a milk powder processing plant in New Zealand as companies there boost capacity to meet growing demand for dairy products in China.
Significantly lower production costs and improved product consistency are the twin benefits claimed for a reverse osmosis filtration plant introduced at one of Saudi Arabia’s leading dairies.
New technology that allows for simpler, more efficient and more economical separations for dairy, food and beverage applications has been developed.
A number of innovations in membrane filtration and separation that promise processors increased efficiency are on display at GEA's processing and separation stand at IPA 2004.