At GEA, our commitment to “Engineering for a better world” has taken on even greater significance since the onslaught of the coronavirus. As a leading systems provider to several critical sectors, we are keenly aware of our responsibility to support these customers.
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The negative impact of the coronavirus worldwide has only strengthened our resolve. Even in these challenging times, GEA is doing everything in its power to:
- Provide for the safety of its employees
- Ensure products & solutions reach customers on time
- Provide remote services & support
- Meet its social obligations
Alongside the remote and digital services GEA Homogenizers already offered, needs-must spurred our teams on to develop virtual solutions for critical milestones around testing and approvals – services we’re happy to offer customers long-term.
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GEA has developed numerous innovative improvements to both blood fractionation and vaccine production and brought them to the global market by applying first-class engineering.
In a fast-changing world, GEA is committed to maintaining close, even instantaneous communication with customers and helping them navigate the new normal. GEA now offers customers two new service packages providing different types of remote expert assistance, ensuring availability in every situation without compromising safety and security.
Given aerosols help spread COVID-19, GEA was keen to know how it would spread through airflows and via the HVAC systems in the cafeteria at its Oelde site. Partner Dassault Systèmes tested various scenarios using digital twin, or simulation technology. The results will inform GEA's health and safety procedures ahead of the reopening of this and other GEA cafeterias.
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During the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF), which sells its products under the brand Nandini and is the second largest milk co-operative in India, was faced with a surplus of thousands of liters of fresh milk; without further processing all this milk would be lost.
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As the global COVID-19 pandemic spread around the globe in late winter and early spring 2020, consumer shopping habits changed rapidly in anticipation of lockdowns, unemployment and interruptions in supply chains. Life in lockdown, followed by a return to greater normalcy around the world has created significant demand for products like masks and hand sanitizers, to the extent that producers from other industries have stepped in to meet demand. Find out what trends are affecting this important sector and how GEA is supporting with its own innovations and solutions for liquids.
A team of healthcare workers from the HM Sanchinarro hospital in Madrid, Spain, take time to recognize their shipment of much-needed supplies from GEA in April 2020.
We’re finding the silver lining in social distancing by bringing customers and experts together online. Via web seminars we’re providing a useful platform for discussion and learning about solutions to challenges that are close to the hearts of many manufacturers, such as: broadening their product portfolio using existing equipment or plants or reducing their carbon footprint through smart refrigeration and heat-recovery systems.
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