Storage & Handling Equipment

GEA offers complete systems or single machines to transport, dose, clean, recycle and store flour, grains, short-cut pasta, pet food, small items, coffee, candies food and plastic pellets. Our advanced technology applied to design and production makes it possible to fine tune a sophisticated production chain resulting in higher quality standards, which leads to an extremely reliable plant with consistent high performance.

Storage and Handling Equipment

We aim at providing a product with excellent quality by working side by side with our clients and developing new efficient and profitable solutions according to their specific needs. In order to optimize exisitng resources, equipment and facilities, we assist our clients from design to final installation. Thanks to our PLC equipped plants, the entire process can be managed from a single control point. 

The recipe for every production line can be programmed, the load level in the silos monitored, every production trail tracked and every production chain fine-tuned. Our control equipment features automation tools that provide the client with critical information to reduce waste and downtime, thereby optimizing resources.

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