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GEA has remotely put into operation a ready-to-drink coffee production line in Shimada, Japan, for Nestlé, the world's largest food company. Due to the pandemic, the the most critical phase of commissioning was done remotely. This opened up new and more sustainable ways of collaboration between globally dispersed project...
At IFFA 2022, GEA, a global player in the food industry, will showcase its most recent food processing, freezing and packaging innovations, which bring important benefits in sustainability, digitalisation, product quality and productivity. Outstanding application excellence in the fields of poultry, other meat and plant-based foods will also be...
GEA has secured its third contract from food manufacturer Pol’s to deliver and install RAY freeze drying equipment at the company’s 4,000m2 fruit and vegetable freeze drying facility in Ermenek, Karaman, Turkey. The new order will see another RAY 125 freeze dryer installed at the Pol’s site. This will...
Injecting brine into meat products such as cured bacon is crucial for consistency of distribution, quality and yields for food manufacturers. Now the seafood industry can also take advantage of this precise technique for locking in flavour and ensuring a longer shelf life for seafood products. Leading technology provider, GEA...
The food industry is increasingly relying on laser technology for product labeling. In order to apply complex product information in a high-resolution and reliable manner, GEA has integrated corresponding laser marking systems into the GEA thermoforming machines of the PowerPak series in cooperation with various suppliers on a customer-specific...
GEA will be designing and delivering the world’s first pilot plant for hydrolysing krill protein on behalf of Aker BioMarine. The client is a biotechnology company based in Norway that fishes for Antarctic krill – tiny shrimp-like crustaceans – and uses them to develop ingredients for functional foods, aquaculture...