GEA Refrigeration Technologies consolidates its competence in Poland and Romania
The company formerly known as GEA GRASSO SRL has done business under the new name of GEA Refrigeration Romania SRL and has moved its official place of corporate business. The company now serves the food-processing industry in Romania, Hungary, and Bulgaria from offices in Cluj-Napoca (Romania), and from an additional location in Bucharest. With this new sales structure, GEA systematically continues its strategy of simplifying structures and focusing its corporate profile. Plans have likewise been made to enter the energy and chemical markets in Romania, Hungary, and Bulgaria.
Dr. Hugo Blaum, Segment President of GEA Refrigeration Technologies: “As a result of increasing integration of Sales and Service, harmonization of design and calculation tools, and central staff training for all GEA products for cooling and refrigeration technology in the Eastern European market, we can offer our contractual partners and ultimate customers optimal solutions for their individual cases of application – both for cooling as well as for freezing.”
GEA Refrigeration Technologies
About GEA Group
GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft, one of the largest system providers for the processing of food, as well as for an extensive spectrum of processing industries, achieved consolidated revenues in excess of EUR 5.7 billion in 2012. Active as an international technology group, the company focuses on process technology and components for demanding production processes in a diversified range of end-user markets. GEA Group generates about 70 percent of its sales in long-term growth industries in food and energy sectors. The group employed around 24,750 staff worldwide as of June 30, 2013. GEA Group is a market and technology leader in its business areas. It is listed on the German MDAX stock index (G1A, WKN 660 200). Further information is available on the Internet at: www.gea.com.
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