Groundbreaking for new GEA plant in Janesville, Wisconsin (USA).
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Janesville (USA), November 7, 2022 – GEA has officially begun construction of its new repair, logistics, assembly, manufacturing and training facility in Janesville, Wisconsin. The company will invest around USD 20 million there in view of the growing demand for separators, decanters, valves, pumps and homogenizers used in many industrial manufacturing processes.
The nearly 8,000 square meter building is slated for completion by the end of 2023. Apart from modern offices, it will also have a training center for clients and employees. Another part of the area is designed for mechanical equipment repair and logistics purposes. More than 70 jobs will be created at the new location, 130 kilometers west of Milwaukee and 65 kilometers south of Madison.
“The Janesville facility brings us closer to our growing customer base in the US Midwest and helps us better serve the increasing demand for our products,” said Azam Owaisi, CEO of GEA North America. “The new site has manufacturing capabilities for the final assembly of separators, decanters, valves and pumps, so GEA can meet ‘build in America’ requirements if needed. We would like to thank the City of Janesville for their good cooperation and support.
Separators are machines used to separate two liquids of different densities. They are indispensable, especially in the pharmaceutical, dairy, food and shipping industries. Decanters contribute to a cleaner environment in many industrial applications such as wastewater and water treatment. Valves and pumps are used to control flow, while homogenizers are a type of mixer that creates homogeneous mixtures.
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