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Company history

The major milestones

When making important choices, decision-makers primarily look for experience. In the case of Gerstenberg Schröder (GS), that experience spans the entire 20th century. Gerstenberg & Agger (G&A) was established in 1901, Schröder GmbH (SCO) in 1928 and in 2005 Gerstenberg Schröder A/S (GS) was formed. In 2010 GS was acquired by SPX FLOW.

The major milestones in the GS brand's long history of achievement

1901_Christian Agger

1901: Aage Gerstenberg and Christian Agger establish G&A as a consulting engineering company.

1923

1923: G&A manufactures the world's first reliable flake-producing single drum for the production of margarine.

1928

1928: Mr Schröder establishes SCO as an engineering company.

1940

1940: G&A becomes the first company in the world to introduce hard chromium plated chilling drum surfaces for scraping off chilled fat flakes.

1952

1952: SCO introduces the Kombinator - a scraped surface heat exchanger (SSHE) for margarine production.

1956

1956: G&A introduces the Perfector - an SSHE for margarine production.

1960

1960: SCO introduces the processing equipment for continuous production of mayonnaise.

1970

1970: SCO designs complete processing plants for margarine production.

1993

1993: G&A develops the high pressure, low-noise aseptic plunger pump.

1996

1996: SCO introduces processing equipment in modules and a new construction of the Kombinator 2000.

1997

1997: G&A introduces the new high-capacity Perfector.

2000

2000: G&A acquires the Consistator® series of light- to medium-duty Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers.

2004

2004: G&A and SCO form a dynamic alliance - taking on the role of the world's leading supplier of food processing technology.

2008_Nexus

2008: GS introduces the low-energy Nexus for fat crystallization and the Kombinator X250 for ice cream production.

2008_BDS

2008: Acquisition of BDS Technology.

2010

2010: SPX FLOW acquires GS and GS becomes part of SPX FLOW.