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A message from Klaus Gehrig, Christian Blatt and Anton Dirven

At this time of concern over COVID-19 ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA would like to assure our commitment to working in the best interests of our customers, colleagues and suppliers.

These are unprecedented and challenging times affecting all areas of our societies, with the situation changing daily, meaning that individuals and organisations are having to regularly react and adapt their plans in order to help limit the spread of the virus. We would like to reassure you that actions have been taken in the best interest of all our customers, suppliers, and staff.

While following the Government guidelines we are pleased to confirm that the manufacturing operations at all our subsidiaries will continue to operate as planned to the extent possible. Our office based sales and engineering teams are working remotely from Wednesday 18th March, hopefully with minimum interruption to you. Although there will inevitably be some disruption to normal operations our intention is “Business as Usual”. We will continue to work on your sales enquiries and current engineering and production projects. We are working diligently to discuss and communicate the potential impacts of these uncertain times with each of you to ensure we provide the service you know to expect from us. If you have any questions then please contact us through your regular contact.

Overall, everyone can agree that we, as a society, protect the health and wellbeing of everyone including our customers, suppliers, and staff. Our company thrives on the variety of engineering, production and turnkey projects our customers require from us around the world, and we want to ensure that everyone can fulfil their obligations in a way as safe as possible. We will be posting updates here as soon as we have them.

On behalf of the Management Team, and everyone at ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA, we would like to thank you for your support and understanding during and after these challenging times.

Klaus Gehrig, Christian Blatt and Anton Dirven

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Dr. Elmar Pongratz and Tobias Becher with new responsibilities

After Klaus Wasmuht went into his well-deserved retirement, ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA GmbH has realigned the Engineering and Technology/R&D departments in terms of personnel and structure. In the course of this realignment, Tobias Becher was appointed Head of Technology, Research and Development. Recognising the importance of the assigned field of activity and the associated responsibility, Tobias Becher was also granted power of attorney.

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New Holsten Brewery

The Holsten Brewery had been brewing on Holstenstrasse in Hamburg-Altona for 140 years when, quite simply, it became apparent that this location was no longer perfect in terms of its logistical infrastructure and brewing capacity. Holsten’s parent company, the Danish Carlsberg Group, then decided to move the brewery to the southern edge of Hamburg. The brand new brewery complex was dedicated in a ceremony in November 2019. A highly efficient lauter tun brewhouse is at the heart of this development, and this facility is presented in the following article.

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Revolutionary brewhouse design is implemented for the first time in the Schlossbrauerei Reckendorf

With NESSIE by ZIEMANN, ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA GmbH, Ludwigsburg has developed a revolutionary mash filtration process, which at the same time opens the door to a completely new process of wort production. The brewing process OMNIUM by ZIEMANN, which celebrated its world premiere at the drinktec 2017, is the result of interdisciplinary research and development work and is now being implemented for the first time in a new brewhouse. This pioneering role is taken by the medium-sized Reckendorf brewery in Franconia.

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On the way to become a “must-see”

The American Yards Brewing Company has decided to realize the construction of its new brewery in cooperation with Ziemann Holvrieka GmbH. In addition to tanks, Philadelphia’s largest craft brewery ordered a complete new brewing line including malt handling. The brewhouse went into operation in March 2018. After successful flavor matching, Yards Brewing Company has been producing exclusively with the new brewhouse for over a year now.

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From 0 to 280,000 hl

At the beginning of the year, a new state-of-the-art brewery went into operation in Uzbekistan. In its first expansion stage, the Zomin Brewery is designed for an annual output of 280,000 hl. Thus, the first brewery of Toshkentvino Kombinati has become one of the largest breweries in Uzbekistan. The production facility was equipped with the innovative plant technology of Ziemann Holvrieka GmbH, which was also responsible for the turnkey installation of the process part. In the following a portrait.

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Safe Transportation of Fruit Juices on the High Seas

In order to transport fresh juices and juice concentrates as efficiently as possible, Citrosuco, the largest global producer of orange juice concentrate, relies on tanks and process technology from the plant manufacturer ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA. The equipment was installed on the cargo ship MV Citrus Vita Brasil, which is now tailor-made and designed for the transport of juices. 27 million litres of juice can be transported from Santos in Brazil to the United States and Europe in a total of 15 tanks.

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Cervecería Centroamericana places another order: Brewhouse plus cellar expansion

For Cervecería Centroamericana in Guatemala, beer is not only a beverage. It is a real passion. One visible expression of this philosophy are the architecture and the technological facilities of the brewery. Thus Guatemala City houses one of the world's most beautiful brewhouses. It will be modernised now, while at the same time extending the cellar area of the brewery.

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