GEA demonstrated its ability to apply its process refrigeration expertise to meet the requirements of Linde Engineering North America - as part of a United States-based project - from the production stage to refrigeration and boil-off.
GEA has supplied its top-performing Electromix pump to a farmer in Ceredigion, South Wales to pump sand-laden manure over 200 metres away from the cow shed to the slurry store. The site is at Trefaesfach Farm in Ceredigion. Farmers Simon and Cristopher Stanfield decided to improve the housing for their dairy cows by building a new, 300 ft-long shed, adjacent to the existing buildings. The Stanfields decided to use deep sand bedding as it is both comfortable for the animals and it helps to reduce the incidences of mastitis.
The Veurne-based family firm of Mestdagh makes superior-quality frozen foods based on traditional Belgian recipes: ice cream, cakes, fish croquettes, cheese croquettes and ready meals. “Last year we set a new standard for ice cream. It wasn’t long before our efforts paid off and we landed a great new contract,” says Marc Gombert.
Anders! lets craft beer lovers try out their ideas without having their own brewery: Anders! Brouwerij from Halen, Belgium brews craft beer to customers’ recipes in any conceivable combination. The new GEA equipment increases the contract brewery's capacity and efficiency.
The ApolloMilkSystem makes all the difference for Ed Newton from Millers Court Farm. It leaves nothing to chance when taking care of the welfare of his dairy herd. It dips, teats and flushes the milking cluster automatically after every milking thereby achieving simultaneously the key aims of high quality milk, improved labor productivity, better milk yield and very good udder hygiene.
Celebrating GEA Pharma China’s first overseas project, the company has installed a formulation process system in JW Life Science's Dangjin facility to produce TPN products. JW has recognized that whatever the application — whether food, pharma or even a combination of the two — GEA has the technology, the know-how and the global presence to provide the perfect blend of equipment, expertise and guidance to meet those requirements.
“Why are we still outsourcing our sludge dewatering?”, water-link was wondering in early 2012. Together with GEA, the Antwerp water company has built a container with a polymer make-up unit and a decanter centrifuge to optimise sludge dewatering.
The GEA decanter used by fruit juice manufacturer Konings has a key function: to separate the juice from the fruit. Add to this the fact that 40,000 to 50,000 tonnes of fruit are processed there annually and it’s clear what makes or breaks the reputation of this machine: reliability.
Oskarström is a small town with a big ice rink – not only for families and would-be figure skating champions. The gigantic ice surface is used for playing bandy, a form of hockey and an ever-popular sport in Sweden.