GEA, the globally active mechanical and plant engineering company, is taken its role in the fight against the coronavirus — and any other — epidemic, extremely seriously. But how do we prove that a vaccine against the virus works: is it safe for children, the elderly and/or pregnant women? It will no doubt take some time to produce 7 billion doses, which is something that cannot be done overnight; but, first, we need to be sure that it works safely … for everyone!
The best solution sometimes means using what you already have. That’s a key driver behind GEA’s approach to helping customers in the food, beverage and dairy processing industries lower their energy consumption, minimize their operating costs and reduce their carbon footprint.
Dairy farming and farmers are having to adapt to changing conditions not only at an economic, but also at an environmental, socio-cultural and consumer level. Building resilience at the cow, farm and sector level will be important for future-proofing this important and evolving agri-business sector.
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