GEA To Present Latest Technology Innovations at Digital Customer Event

GEA will offer its customers and interested parties a contemporary alternative to the traditional customer event from April 19 to 30, 2021. The international industrial technology group is hosting a series of digital events, which can be booked on demand and range from webinars and live discussions, to virtual demo experiences, all staged at different production sites. Expert talks on trends and developments in slicing and packaging, rounded out with market-specific content, will provide participants with in-depth insights, according to a company statement.

In addition to spotlighting the latest technological advances in machinery, GEA will take a closer look at new ways to achieve more sustainable packaging solutions and discuss how food companies can make the most of service offerings as well as benefit from fully automated slicing and packaging lines. In this way, GEA is underscoring its position as a technology leader and manufacturer of future-proof solutions for its customers. Participating companies will not only be the first to learn more about the latest innovations but also be able to discuss specific topics online directly with the technology experts.

The sessions will cater to food manufacturers interested in thermoforming and vertical packaging as well as slicing & loading systems for meat, sausage, ham/bacon, cheese, frozen food, and vegetables. What’s more, GEA will also delve into lollipop production as well as confectionery processing and packaging.

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