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GEA, which supplies process technology for the food industry, has developed what it claims is the world’s first fully automated lollipop coating line.
GEA has completed its entry into the bakery market by closing its acquisition of Imaforni, an Italian supplier of advanced lines for crackers, soft and hard biscuits.
GEA has moved into the bakery sector with its acquisition of Comas in Italy.
GEA has launched the optimised new group structure developed as part of its ‘Fit for 2020’ initiative, marking a fundamental shift both in its internal structure and organisation, and in its external customer relations.
The GEA Group has made a multi-million euro investment in production capacity for vertical bagging and confectionery equipment as part of its growth plans. “We have experienced strong growth over the last few years,” explains Harrie Neijnens, vice president of technology and site manager. “We’d reached the limits of our capacity. At the same time, […]
3 April 2012 – The CFS SmartPacker CX250 LowDrop can package up to 200 bags per minute, and can handle 2500g bags. The machine, from GEA Food Solutions, has a considerably lower drop from the top funnel to the center jaw, which not only enables a greater capacity and faster throughput, but also has distinct […]
3 August 2011 – The GEA TDS sugar dissolving station is a functionally tested unit for dissolving granulated sugar in a batch process. The system enables up to 25% cost savings compared with the use of liquid sugar. The station can handle approximately 25,000kg of granulated sugar in a single batch process. As the granulated […]