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GEA builds milk powder plant in New Zealand  

By Gerald Ondrey |

GEA Group AG (Düsseldorf, Germany; www.geagroup.com) has received an order worth more than €70 million from Fonterra in New Zealand. The order will be handled by the GEA Process Engineering Segment. The new whole milk powder plant which only utilizes GEA process technology covers milk reception, standardization, evaporation, drying, powder transport and packaging. The spray dryer in the new plant will be the largest dairy spray dryer ever built with a capacity of 30 ton/h of whole milk powder equivalent to more than 4.4-million L/d of milk. The plant will be the seventh green-field plant that GEA has supplied in New Zealand over the past five years.    
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