Case Study: STOPA Anlagenbau GmbH & Co. KG

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A prime example of excellence in manufacturing, STOPA, a company located in southern Germany, used innovation, modern technology, and an IT-based reorganization of internal and external company processes to make a once unprofitable business area highly profitable again. Learn how STOPA turned its business around, and how it was able to bring outsourced jobs back to Germany—creating new jobs in the process.

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