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GEA Process Engineering Inc.

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The GEA Process Engineering segment of the GEA Group offers a wide range of process equipment, process technology and know-how for the dairy, food, chemicals, pharma, and beverage industries as well as for environmental protection. Most of the companies of GEA Process Engineering are world-wide leaders in their processing technologies and have many decades of international experience and the most widely accepted technologies. The GEA Process Engineering Segment is able to offer solutions and complete process lines tailored to each customer's needs and requirement.

GEA Process Engineering Inc. (formerly known as Niro Inc.) - Process Equipment, Systems and Solutions

GEA Process Engineering Inc. is a full-service company offering engineering, systems, and solutions for powder and liquid processing. Established in 1974, the company is known for innovative processing systems for drying, granulation, agglomeration, coating, evaporation, distillation, crystallization, filtration, liquid processing, filling and aseptic filling, bottling, bottle and PET conveying systems, powder handling and packaging, tableting, mixing, containment, cleaning (CIP) and fermentation. GEA Process Engineering is a member of the GEA Group, a global technology group specializing in process systems and solutions. GEA Process Engineering Inc. offers products and services through these strategic business units/groups:

•    Chemical
•    Evaporator
•    Pharma Systems
•    Liquid Processing
•    Custom Fabrication
•    GEA Bischoff
•    Procomac Aseptic Filling and Bottling Systems
•    Filtration
•    Powder Packaging, Conveying, and Handling
•    Food & Dairy Dryers
•    Rotary Tablet Presses
•    After Sales

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GEA Process Engineering Inc.
9165 Rumsey Road Columbia, MD 21045 United States

Tel: +1-410-997-8700
Fax: +1-410-997-5021
Email: gea.pe.na@geagroup.com



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