Three times better: GEA TDS GmbH

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The company Tuchenhagen Dairy Systems GmbH of the GEA Group now trades under the name of GEA TDS GmbH. The new name reflects the globally successful engineering company's growing performance and competence range. A staff of currently over 300 do not only serve process and automation technology for the dairy processing industry.
GEA TDS is also one of the leading international partners for the fruit juice and food processing industries. "The word 'Dairy' has not been reflecting the full range of our activities for a long time now, we do much more", explains Joachim Haase, Managing Director of GEA TDS. "And we did not want the new name to be a tongue twister for our customers in the USA and Asia either. This is why we have chosen this letter combination", he adds with a smile.

"In the year 2007 our sales increased by 15 percent to EUR 105 million. This growth can mainly be put down to international sales", Joachim Haase clarifies. The ever-changing high-hygiene sector, in particular, has contributed to the specialization in specific industries.

GEA TDS is technology leader in aseptic process technology. The reason of this success is consistent customer focus: GEA TDS accompanies projects from consulting through to integration or handover. This is the only way to ensure solutions that fully satisfy the customer - and the only way to develop new practice-oriented products. No matter whether process plants, units or automation - there is a right answer for production requirements in each individual industrial sector.
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