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Customised process heating solutions

04 December 2017

Tetra Pak has launched Intelligent Customisation, a modular portfolio of heating systems that offers tailor-made processing solutions for food and beverage manufacturers. 

The modules, which are based on the company’s dairy, beverages and prepared food processing technologies, can be combined in any configuration, allowing heating systems to be customised to meet specific requirements.

Commenting on the new offering, Ola Elmqvist, vice president business unit Liquid Food at Tetra Pak said: “With our new modular portfolio we are working with the customer in a completely collaborative way. This is crucial since every customer has increasingly different challenges and priorities, that often change over time.”
 
“We start with detailed discussions about their business, such as the products they produce, their production process, running time, utility costs, and their short-term, as well as long-term goals. With this deep understanding, we are then able to provide fully customised heating solutions that bring value to their business.”  Tetra Pak has completed trials of the new modular portfolio with customers in Europe and Russia.


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