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GEA builds automatic dairy plant in Chile

By Gerald Ondrey |

The Process Technology Segment of GEA Group AG (Bochum, Germany; www.geagroup.com) has received an order for about 9-million euros from Nestlé to build the liquid processing part of a Growing-Up Milk plant in Chile. The new plant will be located near Osorno. The project will start in July 2009, installation will begin in spring 2010 and the plant shall be finalized by early 2011. GEA TDS will have the project management for the liquid processing, together with an active support by Nestlé PTC Konolfingen, Switzerland. The plant will be built with the latest available process technology and know-how for achieving a safe and efficient production. Apart from project management, GEA TDS will be also responsible for the sanitary design, the process automation, installation and commissioning of all liquid processing parts, evaporation system, butter oil plant and the CIP unit.
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