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AP&T Group | June 23, 2020
In the AP&T test center in Ulricehamn, Sweden, one of the presses is running two shifts. But rather than cutting steel, it is cutting plastics for protective aprons for healthcare professionals. In the wake of corona, the need is great. “A while back, NPA Plast in Ljungby, Sweden contacted us asking for help with increasing their production of plastic protective aprons. Up until this time, they mainly cut their plastic manually. Naturally, we wanted to help, so as of the end of M...
The Manufacturer | January 16, 2020
The market for industrial and manufacturing software applications is set to grow from £13.4bn US$18bn in 2019 to £20.7bn $27bn in 2024, according to new research - an increase of more than 50%. The smart, connected factories of today run on data. To harness that resource, more and more manufactures are turning to to industrial software applications. Applications such as Electronic Resource Planning; Manufacturing Execution Systems; Manufacturing Operations Management; Product Lifecyc...
Hexagon | October 11, 2021
Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division, a global leader in sensor, software, and autonomous technologies, and ETQ, a leading quality management system (QMS) provider, have announced a partnership to assure quality from concept to customer, enabling improved data-driven decision making throughout the entire process, producing better, more consistent products in less time and with less resource and enabling progressive smart manufacturing strategies.
The partnership con...
Wells Fargo | January 17, 2020
According to analysts at Wells Fargo, today’s US Industrial Production report contained encouraging signs, despite the main headline. Ex-autos, manufacturing production was up 0.5%, and after a Boeing-related hit during the first quarter, should improve as trade tensions have eased, analysts added. Output at the nation’s factories, mines and utility plants slipped 0.3% in December, but the decline was entirely due to a 5.6% plunge in utilities amid unseasonably warm weather. Manufact...
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