Only a few months after acquiring the Italian Pavan Group, the technology group GEA will integrate the company into their booth at Anuga FoodTec in Cologne. GEA invites food industry representatives to visit hall 10.2 at booth A-090-C-119 to learn more about the future of food processing through innovative equipment and integrated solutions. Pavan, a leading supplier of extrusion and milling technology for processing all kinds of fresh and dry pastas, cereal-based snacks and breakfast cereals, will present their technology know-how – from raw material handling to final packaging – to booth visitors.

Pavans know-how in extrusion technology, it’s wide range of industrial solutions, constant work in R&D and presence in key international markets are the foundation upon which GEA will strengthen its growth within these sectors, particularly as it pertains to integrated process solutions. GEA's acquisition marks a new phase of growth for the new subsidiaries, which can rely on the support of a large brand with solid industrial and financial capacity. The merger will enable the development of innovative technologies and commercial synergies, with the goal of offering clients high quality products and services.

“Although still fresh, the cooperation with our new colleagues in the various companies of the Pavan group is excellent, confirming that they will add value to GEA. During the world’s leading Anuga FoodTec fair, we have a great opportunity to demonstrate our new competencies,” says Keimpe van der Hoeven, Senior Vice President, Product Group Pasta, Extrusion & Milling at GEA.

GEA at Anuga FoodTec: Hall 10.2 Stand A-090-C-119

The entire Pavan production line for long-cut dry pasta. (Photo GEA/Pavan)
The entire Pavan production line for long-cut dry pasta. (Photo GEA/Pavan)
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