GEA to showcase latest bakery and snacks equipment at IBIE

Global manufacturing group GEA will be showcasing a wide range of equipment at this year’s International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) in Las Vegas, US.

The company will be unveiling machinery from across its Comas and Imaforni brands at the event being held between September 8-11, which will host a total of nearly 1,000 manufacturers and industry suppliers.

Both processing and freezing technology from GEA will be represented at booth 7547 to demonstrate the company’s innovation, craftsmanship and partnerships in creating bakery systems with that have been built to be durable and efficient.

As the company explained, exhibits will include the high capacity GEA rotary molder for making soft dough cookies and shortbreads with different shapes and dough consistencies.

Also on display, the GEA multi-piston depositor, which works with ovens up to three meters wide and boasts a host of innovative features that result in better products and higher productivity.

As well in the spotlight, the GEA paper cup denester, which places paper cups, aluminum foils and plastic containers for production of cupcakes, muffins, pies and layer cakes and operates at up to 50 cycles/minute. And throwing a little light on things will be the GEA TecLight, the new LEDlight option from GEA, specifically developed for use under freezing conditions reaching -40 degrees Fahrenheit.

The company will also present Callifreeze, a unique new freezer control system for GEA spiral freezers that continuously monitors the product’s level of frozenness to ensure that products are perfectly frozen without wasting energy; GEA A-Tec spiral freezers which have been designed specifically for the North American market and featuring hygienic design, high product yield, fewer defrosts and low energy consumption; and GEA packaging solutions, including vertical form, fill seal and thermoforming systems that maintain food quality throughout the supply chain.

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