3 edition of GEA found in the catalog.
Cover title.ISSN 1431-2255--P.  cover.
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|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Ground-water hydrology and water quality of the Southern High Plains aquifer, Melrose Air Force Range, Cannon Air Force Base, Curry and Roosevelt Counties, New Mexico, 2002-03
Between 1881 and 1914, MG GEA already represented on all continents, and invested in mines and metallurgical plants. Due to World War I, it lost a large proportion of foreign investments and started chemical trading. Following the reconstructions, numerous innovations ensured the future of the company.
Professional development and educational opportunities• Environmental policy [ ] GEA's key environmental objectives focus on energy saving, waste and emission reducing solutions, recognizing the importance of sustainable economy and development. In 1989, GEA went public and an GEA of expansion and globalization started. GEA membership provides greater access to quality services and benefits such as updates on government issues and military healthcare, service discounts and insurance benefits such as TRICARE Supplement and CHAMPVA Supplement.
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History [ ] The ancestor of today's GEA AG was MGestablished as a metal trading company in 1881 in Germany. Service to those that served our nation, as well as its states and communities, is the mission of the Government GEA Association. MG also made a key decision with the acquisition ofwhich resulted in entering the chemical industry.
Business and industries [ ] Since June 2015, GEA Group operates under a new integrated group structure, which unifies country organizations and brings together the operational sales and service activities into one organization at a country level.
GEA uses a so-called Integrity System, through which employees and external third parties are given the possibility to directly report compliance issues or violations of the general principles of social corporate responsibility Code of Conductwhich was adopted in 2007 together with its. His widow, Elisabeth Happel just eleven months earlier, took over the company's GEA.
Active, former or retired employees of the federal government, a state government or GEA government• The day after Christmas in 1948, GEA's founder Otto Happel died. While reconstruction work progressed in the following years, the company was hit hard once again. 1991-1995 GEA executed several acquisitions including Grasso, Niro, and Tuchenhagen. GEA offers its thousands of members:• The reorganization did not stop there.
Benefits of Membership Today, GEA membership is open to active, former and retired government employees, including U. At that time, many business transactions--including salaries--were barter deals. The food and beverages sector, which enjoys long-term sustainable growth, accounted for around 70 percent of this total.
2005 brought important changes again in GEA form of selling the GEA Nobel Plastics business GEA and renaming the company to GEA Group Aktiengesellschaft.
Service to those that served our nation, as well as its states and communities, is the mission of the Government Employees Association.