ProLeiT welcomes GEA Brewery Systems GmbH and LTH Dresden as new Certified OEM Partners
ProLeiT AG, the renowned provider of process control systems and MES software solutions, has named GEA Brewery Systems GmbH - a subsidiary of GEA Group AG - and LTH Dresden - a subsidiary of Alpenland Maschinenbau GmbH - as Certified OEM Partners, thus advancing its highly successful cooperation with the two firms to a new level. The aim of these partnerships is to intensify established cooperation in the future and to promote new projects at both national and international level.
GEA, one of the world's largest providers for the food and beverage industry, has been working closely with ProLeiT since 2006. Thanks to its extensive know-how and a wealth of technical experience in the field of brewing technology, GEA covers the entire brewing process, right down to the smallest detail. In combination with brewmaxx, the object-related and PLC-based process control system for breweries, customers worldwide benefit from leading technological solutions with comprehensive, local support.
LTH Dresden was founded in 1949 and is a subsidiary of Alpenland Maschinenbau GmbH, which is a leading international machine and plant manufacturer for the cheese-making and food industry. LTH Dresden has been a member of the ProLeiT partner network since 2009. This close cooperation allows the two companies to provide the best of both worlds to their customers: the high performance of ProLeiT process control and MES platforms, as well as the most technically and technologically advanced machines, the support organisation and the tried-and-tested project management techniques from LTH Dresden.
From left to right: Dieter Engert (Team Leader Automa-tion), Matthias Kühn (Senior Manager Automation Cross-Application Execution), Andreas Mücke (Team Leader Automation), Heinrich Junker (ProLeiT)
From left to right: Bernd Opgenorth (ProLeiT), Andreas Hiegelsberger (Head of Project-Engineering Process Technology), Gerhard Schier (Head of Division Process Technology), Dr. Thomas Wunderlich (ProLeiT)