Neuss, March 21, 2019 - The Beko Technologies Group, which in addition to the German organization also includes 14 branches, increased its annual sales in 2018 compared to the previous year by about 11 percent to approximately 100 million euros. The specialist for the treatment and management of compressed air and compressed gas has consistently invested in the expansion of the Neuss site in recent years. Thus, 50 new jobs were created here and the almost 300 existing jobs were secured for the future. "We have continued the expansion of our company, which we have pushed ahead with in recent years, in 2018", says Norbert Strack, one of the two managing directors of Beko Technologies. "In 2019, our focus will continue to be on tailor-made system solutions for optimum compressed air quality. We are building on our proven solutions and our intelligent measurement technology and will take the next step towards digital networking".
Successful cooperation with food industry
One focus segment for Beko Technologies last year was the food industry: "Our goal was to sensitize manufacturing companies and institutions to the important role of compressed air in food production. We will continue to pursue this goal in the future," says Norbert Strack. In order to share the deep know-how in the processing of compressed air with experts from the food industry, Beko Technologies further expanded its cooperation network in this area.
2019 - all about digitalisation and process reliability
The ongoing digitalization of the production world is becoming increasingly important for industrial companies. Beko Technologies 2019 meets this demand with digital innovations: At the leading trade fair ComVac (1 - 5 April 2019, Hall 26, Stand C31), the company will be presenting tailor-made system solutions with digital networking options for compressed air preparation with the aim of making compressed air applications even more transparent. There are also plans to further develop and expand the solutions for catalysis technology and for measuring and monitoring compressed air and its quality. To this end, cooperations and partnerships are also to be established in other sectors, such as the pharmaceutical industry.