Solid, liquid, Latin: GEA exhibits process solutions in Brazil


GEA will be highlighting both solids and liquids processing solutions, as well as components, systems and services

Bridging the gap between the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries, GEA is taking a two-pronged approach to exhibiting at the upcoming and co-located FCE Pharma and FCE Cosmetique events in Brazil. Taking place on 10-12 May at the Transamerica Expo Center in Sao Paulo, GEA’s booth (B38) will showcase a broad range of technology and solutions for the pharmaceutical and home & personal care (HPC) sectors.

FCE Pharma focuses on the pharmaceutical production chain and, in particular, provides a platform to display innovative developments in the manufacture, supply and distribution of products and services. Attracting a qualified audience of suppliers, distributors and dealers from the South American pharmaceutical industry and beyond, it’s an ideal opportunity for GEA to demonstrate its world-class modules, machinery, equipment and services, all in one place.

With innovative new technologies leading the way in batch-based and continuous processing, GEA will be highlighting both solids and liquids processing solutions, as well as components, systems and services. A specialist in solid dosage forms, including powders, granules, tablets and capsules, GEA’s systems include integrated contained materials handling (IBC systems), granulation and drying, milling, blending, pelletising, tablet compression, coating and medical packaging.

And for liquid applications, ask GEA’s experts about the freeze dryers with automatic loading and unloading systems (ALUS) that minimise the risk of operator/product contamination and the comprehensive portfolio of solutions for biotech applications such as mAb, vaccine and blood plasma processing. By combining state-of-the-art technologies with a history of expertise, GEA designs, develops and supplies innovative equipment and inspired engineering for pharmaceutical manufacturing applications, from individual units or modules to complete process lines.

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For more information, visit the GEA’s booth (B38) where experts will be available to answer all questions and discuss specific applications.

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