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GEA Food Solutions

Operational challenges such as variety and flexibility, cost per kg/pack, food safety and environment, are the basis of GEA Food Solutions to improve the output and reduce the operating cost of food processors.

Etteplan helped GEA Food Solutions by applying structure and language quality (STE) to its documentation, which resulted in:

  • Same look and feel across all documentation
  • 20% less time in content creation in general, and up to 80% for similar product families
  • Text reduction of 60%
  • High quality translations against a lower cost

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Berry Braster
Berry Braster
Technology Director