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GEA supports clean water projects in Tanzania

Access to safe water and sanitation is still a challenge in a lot of countries. Illness from dirty drinking water and daily treks to fetch it, mean many children cannot attend school. Thanks to a collaboration with Hamburg-based...

GEA employees are people with purpose

In pursuit of its core mission – Engineering for a better world – GEA is building an employer of choice culture that offers employees the opportunity to reimagine solutions, collaborate across disciplines and contribute to a...

Exploring the water footprint of milk, cheese, chocolate & more

We have compiled for you the amount of water it takes to produce favorite brunch ingredients. As our freshwater resources are increasingly threatened by climate change and pollution, we at GEA are working on technologies to help...

Next level dewatering for wastewater

Wastewater treatment plants are essential for our modern lives. But how can their operation be continuously advanced and improved? What has long been a challenge in terms of optimization has now been achieved: the automatic control...

Computer generated AI in shape of brain.

Brains of steel: AI drives sustainability for GEA and its customers

With modern sensor technologies, cloud connectivity and advanced analytics firmly in place, GEA is now adding a layer of intelligence to its hard-working machines. The results demonstrate the power of AI to take production processes...

GEA supports farmers in industry transformation

Innovation is in the air

The atmosphere in Europe has rarely felt so palpably rural as it has during the first months of 2024: With their tractors and manure tankers in tow, protesting farmers in the capitals of Berlin, Paris and Brussels and elsewhere,...

Lemgo birds eye view

Past and future merge in Lemgo's district heating project

The town of Lemgo in northwestern Germany has a city center with half-timbered houses and attractive stone buildings. Nevertheless, officials plan to generate up to 80 percent of the district heating needed for the city from...

Theo van der Zwaag from the Netherlands stands in front of a GEA automated feeding robot.

Automation makes a difference for cows, humans and planet

Feeding their cows is one of the most important tasks and daily routines of dairy farmers all over the world. Proper feeding not only keeps cows healthy but also lays the foundation to produce plenty of high-quality milk. But...

CIAL Chile Employees stand in front of a line of defrosters from GEA.

GEA's defrosting solution sees success at CIAL in Chile

GEA knows there's a better way to defrost food that saves time, improves yield, enhances product quality, is more hygienic and, importantly, is more sustainable. Cold steam defrosting been around since the early 1990s, and it’s...

Corporate climate action: 3 steps to reduce Scope 3 emissions

Industry approach for reducing Scope 3 emissions

How businesses can reduce their Scope 3 emissions by setting a net-zero target and working with partners to decrease emissions along entire value chains.

How precision fermentation can advance sustainable dairy

Precision fermentation advances sustainable dairy

A quiet revolution is happening behind the dairy aisle. Dairy farms are going high tech to achieve new levels of efficiency, plant-based alternatives are gaining market share, and now precision fermentation is enabling animal-free...

GEA employees - separation

Separate from the rest

The story of the GEA centrifuge begins in 1893, when Franz Ramesohl and Franz Schmidt began production of their patented mechanical milk separator, paving the way for modern dairy processing. The innovation helped overcome a...

Decarbonization - the key driver behind the rise of heat pumps

Heat pump technology reduces industrial carbon output

From cost savings to emission reduction, GEA leads innovative heat pump technology projects. Explore traditional and district heating initiatives.

GEA engineers drive gains in more sustainable production

GEA engineers drive gains in more sustainable production

In an era where efficiency and greater circularity are non-negotiable, engineers are emerging as the “hidden champions” driving change in business and production. At GEA, a broad and diverse group of engineers and technologists...

Carbon capture for the cement industry

Kick-start to carbon capture

Carbon-intensive industries face increased pressure to drastically reduce their CO2 emissions. To help them get started, GEA is introducing a carbon capture portfolio focused on energy efficiency and cost effectiveness.

Latest corporate press releases

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Stepken, CEO of TÜV SÜD Stiftung

Axel Stepken to succeed Jens Riedl on the Supervisory Board of GEA Group AG

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Stepken, CEO of TÜV SÜD Stiftung, will stand for election by shareholders as a new member of the Supervisory Board of GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft at the Annual General Meeting on April 30, 2024. In the event...

GEA adds proven AI solution to portfolio with CattleEye acquisition

GEA acquires CattleEye and adds the proven AI solution to its portfolio

GEA acquires the agricultural software company CattleEye Ltd., adding a pioneering AI system for detecting lameness in cows to its portfolio. This underlines GEA's strong commitment to improving animal health and welfare.

GEA Globe quarterly release

GEA sees earnings rise again in fiscal year 2023 and proposes dividend increase

In an environment marked by geopolitical uncertainty, rising interest rates and negative exchange rate developments, GEA’s business has continued to perform well, with a further improvement in its key financial figures and another...

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