November 1, 2019
Willie Hendrickson Awarded Dow Particle Processing Recognition Award
Dow Particle Processing Recognition Award As the CEO and Founder of the AVEKA Group, Dr. Willie Hendrickson guides the vision and direction of the organization. He is passionate about growing the company and exploring the new emerging markets. His vision...
September 1, 2019
Celebrating 25 Years
AVEKA is celebrating 25 years of providing toll manufacturing and research & development to chemical, food, personal care, automotive, microelectronic and agricultural markets.
August 15, 2019
AVEKA Manufacturing Inc - 2019 Venture Award Recipient
We are excited to announce that AVEKA Manufacturing Inc has been awarded the Iowa Venture Award! We were chosen for our growth and leadership, along with our community spirit. The ceremony will take place on Thursday, December 5th during the...
August 7, 2019
AVEKA Featured in City of Woodbury Video
AVEKA is proud the represent the manufacturing industry in the City of Woodbury. Check it out!
September 17, 2016
New Analytical Capabilities
AVEKA recently purchased HORIBA's Camsizer Digital Image Processing Particle Size and Shape Analysis System, which provides rapid and precise particle size and particle shape distributions for dry powders and bulk material in the size range from 3 microns to 30...
June 14, 2013
Willie Hendrickson to be the next President of IFPRI
AVEKA's CEO/Founder, Willie Hendrickson has been elected to be the next President of IFPRI, International Fine Particles Research Institute. He will officially take the reins at the Annual Meeting which is being held June 14 - June 20, 2013 in Newark,...
January 23, 2013
AVEKA Acquires CCE Technologies
AVEKA announces the acquisition of CCE Technologies, in Cottage Grove, Minnesota. CCE Technologies business will complement AVEKA’s process technologies and expand the breadth of processing capabilities. AVEKA offering contract manufacturing and custom research and development services announced today that they...
June 23, 2011
AVEKA "Microencapsulation in Space" Workshop
A 12 year old boy – Brandon and his school teacher (from the Chicago area) "Googled" several organizations to ask for help before their experiment could be accepted into the Endeavor space shuttle launch , and after being turned down...