For the first time since opening its doors in 2011, Reaseheath Food Centre has completed three days of commercial trials that were ‘non-food’ related. After a number of weeks of discussion and planning, GEA Process Engineering Ltd (GEA’s Global Application Centre for the Home and Personal Care market, based in Warrington), agreed to carry out an extensive set of trials for one of its overseas customers, which took place at our Food Centre in April. One of the key factors that influenced GEA’s decision to carry out the trials at Reaseheath was the high standard of hygiene that exists in the Food Centre. Their customer’s product, even though it is non-food, is also manufactured in a similar hygienic environment. The ability of the Food Centre to offer a wide range of services and facilities convinced GEA it was the best choice. With GEA operating across many sectors on a worldwide basis, this could be the start of many more collaboration projects between the College and the major Engineering company!
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