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How the right to repair movement & laws may affect manufacturers in future [Podcast]

In this episode… Sofeast’s CEO Renaud Anjoran talks about the ‘Right To Repair’ movement that is gathering pace today. Consumers are calling for it and governments are starting to bring in legislation in order to steer the electronics industry in a more sustainable direction and reduce the huge amount of e-waste being created each year.… Continue reading How the right to repair movement & laws may affect manufacturers in future [Podcast]

Partnership To Deliver Real-Time Performance Intelligence for Precision Manufacturers

Datanomix, a leading automated production intelligence platform, and Caron Engineering, a leader in manufacturing tool optimization technologies, have announced a partnership to jointly develop data-driven solutions that leverage the companies’ manufacturing domain expertise in real-time production monitoring and machine tool optimization. This integration adds a new dashboard in the Datanomix platform that aggregates and displays… Continue reading Partnership To Deliver Real-Time Performance Intelligence for Precision Manufacturers

Smart Manufacturing Starts with Quality

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UK manufacturing holds key to unlocking Government’s domestic and global ambitions – SMMT

The success of the UK’s manufacturing sector will be central to Government’s ability to deliver on its national ambitions to level up the whole country, reach Net Zero by 2050 and become a global science super-power Today, five trade associations together representing sectors with nearly 800,000 employees, annual turnover of £338.2bn and £166bn in exports,… Continue reading UK manufacturing holds key to unlocking Government’s domestic and global ambitions – SMMT

Manufacturers among first to sign up to low carbon innovation with Eco-I North West

SME manufacturers have been among the first to sign up to a first-of-its-kind research and development programme for low carbon innovation. Eco-I North West is a £14m initiative offering businesses the opportunity to collaborate with and access the extensive knowledge base, cutting-edge research facilities, and skills of six of the region’s leading universities – Lancaster,… Continue reading Manufacturers among first to sign up to low carbon innovation with Eco-I North West

Nick Katko and Mike De Luca Talk About Practicing Lean Accounting

Scroll down for how to subscribe, transcript, and more My guests for Episode #428 of the Lean Blog Interviews Podcast are Nick Katko and Mike De Luca. Nick is president and owner of the firm BMA and Mike is a Lean coach, serving as principal and owner of Torre Consulting. Nick and Mike have a new book… Continue reading Nick Katko and Mike De Luca Talk About Practicing Lean Accounting

Top 10 Electronics Manufacturers 2020

Currently working as the content manager for TITOMA. With an extensive background in content marketing and a real interest in electronic products I’m able to produce some of the pieces of content you’ll find here, all with the help of the TITOMA team of course. On my free time I like to travel, explore and… Continue reading Top 10 Electronics Manufacturers 2020

Top 10 Semiconductor Companies 2021

Currently working as the content manager for TITOMA. With an extensive background in content marketing and a real interest in electronic products I’m able to produce some of the pieces of content you’ll find here, all with the help of the TITOMA team of course. On my free time I like to travel, explore and… Continue reading Top 10 Semiconductor Companies 2021

How to Overcome Common Manufacturing Storage Challenges

How to Overcome Common Manufacturing Storage Challenges Inventory issues can cause delays, limit productivity and generate unnecessary expenses. Manufacturing storage must improve if the industry is to become more efficient and resilient. Managing Employee Shortages with IIoT Manufacturers are facing a troubling scenario: the need to maintain production levels in the midst of the largest… Continue reading How to Overcome Common Manufacturing Storage Challenges

Learning to live with the manufacturing and distribution labor shortage

While a shortage of truck drivers has made headlines since 2005, a broader labor shortage has crept into a variety of other industrial verticals as well. This talent gap has slowly and continuously widened over the past several decades as many U.S. companies moved their manufacturing assets overseas to access cheaper labor. Now, established and… Continue reading Learning to live with the manufacturing and distribution labor shortage