From now on, the heat exchanger business will be further developed, as part of an autonomous group.
Christoph Michel, CEO, GEA Heat Exchangers Group, said apart from a new brand name, nothing will change for customers as a result of the move from GEA Group to Triton.
“All projects and orders will be executed as accustomed, and our customers’ contact partners in sales and support will remain,” he said.
Company positions will be further developed in markets such as power generation, exploration, chemistry and petrochemistry, food and beverages and other process industries, as well as water and air treatment.
This process will include an internal reorganisation of business units within the GEA Heat Exchangers Group, which will now serve three market segments; climate and environment (HVAC technology); major power-generation projects (wet cooling towers, dry cooling systems, filing media for cooling towers) and systems and components for further heat exchanger applications (oil and gas, petrochemistry, F&B, marine and transportation).
This includes plate heat exchangers, finned-tube heat exchangers and shell-and-tube heat exchangers.