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Over the last 80 years GEA’s success has been no accident. They have worked hand-in-hand with their clients to maintain continuous product development that matches process needs and their client’s requirements.
  This investment has enabled GEA to produce technically advanced process components and services for smooth production. Whether you are processing milk,  beverages, pasty food or fine chemical products, what counts is the quality of the final product and the efficiency of the production line.
  GEA’s components are flexible so they can be adjusted to optimize process parameters and enable high productivity, efficient operation and a constantly high product quality. This is why they are one of the world’s leading manufacturers of process components.

 

 The Krones Group, headquartered in Neutraubling, Germany, plans, develops and manufactures machines and complete lines for the fields of process technology, filling and packaging technology, and logistics.Information technology and factory planning, and the own production valve complement the product portfolio of the company. Every day, millions of bottles, cans and containers are “processed” with Krones, especially in breweries, soft-drink industry, but also in the food and beverage industry as well as the chemical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. Krones has developed since its founding in 1951, far beyond the classical mechanical and plant out. The company has become the “all-round partner” for its customers. Machinery, engineering expertise, process engineering, microbiology and information technology were creating harmonious and optimized. Today, Krones is synonymous with “technology”.

 

The Company was founded in 1888 as Sanders, Rehders & Co. (‘Sarco’) in London importing thermostatic steam traps from Germany. In 1932 it started to manufacture steam traps in United Kingdom under the Spirax brand name. It was first listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1959. In 1960 it introduced a range of self-acting pressure controls for the first time. Then in 1963 it bought Drayton Controls, a control valve and instrumentation business.  The Company diversified inpump manufacturing in 1990 when it bought Watson-Marlow.
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