GEA Group to invest 2 million Euros in 3 years

Germany’s GEA Group said on Saturday that it will invest roughly 2 million Euros at its plant in Bangalore over the next three years on machinery and other operations.

With built-up area of 25,000 sq ft, the Bangalore plant will manufacture hygienic valves and hygienic pumps with a focus on components used in process industries like dairy, breweries, beverages, food, pharma and personal care, said Franz Buermann, CEO of GEA Flow Components, a key business  unit of the GEA Group.

Buermann said that GEA is working on introducing high-end technologies and products for the Indian market. 
With the expansion in Bangalore, GEA Flow Components India, a division of GEA Westfalia Separator India, will be able to meet demands for locally manufactured valves, he said. 

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