Some companies feel that they can project manage new processing facilities themselves, bringing in sub-contracted help only when it’s needed. They can, of course, but Thorsten Vammen, Director at GEA Liquid Processing in Skanderborg, Denmark, suggests another way. For, in the end, are the total cost of ownership that matter.
GEA Heat Exchangers delivers components worth € 40 million for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the Siberian peninsula of Yamal: The order includes 400 air-cooled heat exchangers for a three-line liquefied gas plant, currently build by Technip and JGC.
South Korea’s Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) starts a new Pharmaceutical Process Research Centre with a little help from GEA Pharma Systems: The new centre will provide academic and commercial research facilities for under graduate, post graduate, post doctorate students and the wider pharmaceutical industry in South Korea.
GEA builds a new production plant for home and personal care products in Bosnia Herzegovinia for Violeta. The new facility shall provide a flexible and fully automatic, multi-purpose liquid processing infrastructure, allowing Violeta to create new opportunities in a market that has, to date, been dominated by foreign imports...
Nearly two years after the acquisition of Beijing–based Sino-German Tianhe Technology, GEA Pharma Systems takes stock of its Chinese subsidiary: Since 2010, the newly created GEA Lyophil (Beijing) has quadrupled turnover and enhanced its customer service by blending German quality and Chinese economy for Asia's emerging pharmaceutical industry.
GEA Niro launched a version of its proven Mobile Minor spray dryer for laboratory use. The manufacturer believes the unit to be well suited for drying small quantities of solutions, suspensions or emulsions for small representative powder samples.
A joint research cooperation by GEA Niro and the Danish Technical University (DTU) investigates the behaviour of bulk flows within spray dryers – with laboratory scale simulation and state of the art CFD technology the partners aim for a better understanding of turbulent flow processes.