Posts Tagged ‘GEA Flow Components’

Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in December 2017

Monday, January 1st, 2018 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. Pump Engineer – Study Courses 2018 in German and English
  2. Allweiler: The basis of rotary positive displacement pump technology
  3. Lewa: Follow-up order of another 20 pumps to Saudi Arabia
  4. KSB: New mag-drive pump for process engineering applications
  5. Bestsens: Monitor your pump online – at any time, at any place
  6. Blackmer: How screw pumps work
  7. Sulzer: New inline single stage centrifugal pump range
  8. KSB: Pumps for Brazilian cellulose production
  9. Richter expanded RMA series
  10. JEC: Technical Paper: New hygenic twin screw pumps

The actual Top 10 posts on  Δ p Online in German:

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Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in October 2015

Sunday, November 1st, 2015 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. KSB: New cost-effective high-pressure pump series 
  2. GEA completes acquisition of Hilge    
  3. PG Flow Solutions and Calder join forces 
  4. KSB: Major contract for new Indian power station 
  5. Kirloskar Brothers acquires Rodelta Pumps
  6. Wilden: Stallion AODD pumps now available with Pro-Flo  
  7. EagleBurgmann: New mechanical seal for chemical pumps  
  8. Flotronic: New ‘E’ Series’ achieves EHEDG seal of approval  
  9. sera celebrates the 70th anniversary of its founding
  10. Prominent: Solenoid diaphragm metering pump

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GEA completes acquisition of Hilge

Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 von admin

GEA has successfully completed the acquisition of Hilge, domiciled in Bodenheim, Germany, after approval by the relevant antitrust authorities. GEA is using this acquisition to expand its portfolio in the area of high performance sanitary pumps, strengthening its position as a system solutions provider for hygienic and aseptic process environments.

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Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in August 2015

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. KEPL to dispatch indigenously developed API steam turbine
  2. Crane Celebrates 160 Years
  3. PVPC Expo Middle East 2015 – Abu Dhabi
  4. KBL: New process pump
  5. Abel: Focused on Mining
  6. EagleBurgmann: Tried and tested 500,000-fold
  7. GEA acquirers Hilge from Grundfos
  8. 3rd International Rotating Equipment Conference
  9. ProMinent: New hydraulic diaphragm metering pumps
  10. Grundfos: Oils and fats challenge pump technology

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Top 10 posts on Δ p Global Online in July 2015

Saturday, August 1st, 2015 von admin

The actual Top 10 posts on Δ p GLOBAL Online:

  1. GEA acquirers Hilge from Grundfos
  2. Abel: Focused on Mining
  3. EagleBurgmann: Flange Integrity Management
  4. PVPC Expo Middle East 2015 – Abu Dhabi
  5. Lewa: New Triplex process diaphragm pump
  6. Kirloskar Brothers Ltd. exhibit at Achema 2015
  7. KBL: New process pump
  8. Crane Celebrates 160 Years
  9. KSB: Mobile app brings Industry 4.0 to all pumps
  10. Almatec: Flexible choice of product connections

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GEA acquirers Hilge from Grundfos

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 von admin

GEA has acquired Hilge, a leading supplier of hygienic pumps, especially stainless steel pumps for food and beverage applications. The company is based at Bodenheim, Germany and generated with about 150 employees revenues of more than EUR 35 million in fiscal year 2014. Hilge’s product range is complementary to the offering of GEA’s flow components portfolio. The transaction remains subject to approval by the anti-trust authorities.

“With the acquisition of Hilge, we continue implementing our M&A strategy to fill technological gaps by acquiring accretive specialist companies which complement our product portfolio”, commented Juerg Oleas, CEO of GEA. “Hilge strengthens our position as a leading supplier of equipment and provider of solutions in hygienic and aseptic process environments.”

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