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BizVibe Highlights Key Challenges Facing the Industrial Machinery Manufacturing Industry

BizVibe | September 06, 2021

BizVibe Highlights Key Challenges Facing the Industrial Machinery Manufacturing Industry
BizVibe has added key challenges and trends for all manufacturing industry groups on their buyer and seller platforms. Within the manufacturing category, BizVibe's industrial machinery manufacturing industry group consists of 9,000+ company profiles which now contain 50+ company data points, including a list of potential challenges which are expected to impact market participants over the next few years.

One challenge for the industrial machinery manufacturing industry is the rising concerns around environmental safety. Air pollution from the smoke and emissions generated by burning fossil fuels is a serious environmental issue, and manufacturing processes often contribute to it. Some by-products of manufacturing can be harmful to the environment and contribute to air and water pollution. Many governments have introduced regulations that limit the amount of pollutants released into the air and water, which can create challenges in terms of costs and implementing new processes. By identifying such challenges, BizVibe is helping users analyze which suppliers are right for their business, while allowing them to efficiently monitor the risk of doing business.

Key Insights Provided for Industrial Machinery Manufacturing Companies
In addition to analysis on how key challenges are expected to impact businesses, BizVibe company profiles contain numerous high-quality insights to help users discover, track, compare, and evaluate suppliers or sales prospects. These insights include:
  • Relevance and influence of industry trends and challenges, segmented by region
  • Press releases and news coverage referencing key trends and challenges
  • Risk of doing business score, segmented by operational, financial, compliance, and country risk
  • Top company competitors at the global, regional, and national levels
  • Names of top company decision makers, including job titles and social profiles
  • Company financials such as annual revenue, profitability ratios, and management effectiveness
  • View 50+ Company Data Points for Free

Industrial Machinery Product and Service Categories
BizVibe's platform provides access to over 10 million buyer and supplier company profiles. Businesses from more than 200 countries are categorized into 40,000+ product and service categories, each providing detailed insights tailored to the needs of procurement and sales teams globally. The industrial machinery manufacturing industry group features 9,000+ company profiles categorized into 30+ product and service categories, enabling clients to identify and connect with potential new business partners across diverse market segments.

Product and service categories for the industrial machinery manufacturing industry include:
  • Food processing equipment
  • Granite cutting machines
  • Semiconductor manufacturing equipment
  • Alcohol distillation equipment
  • Lens cutting machines
  • Get Free Company Profile Access for all Categories

BizVibe for Buyers and Sellers
BizVibe is a modern B2B platform dedicated to connecting buyers and sellers from around the world. Powered by the latest best-in-class solutions, BizVibe is designed to help companies generate leads, shortlist suppliers, request proposals, and identify global companies. Evaluate companies side-by-side to compare key metrics and initiate productive partnerships.

About BizVibe
BizVibe has been conceptualized and built by a team based out of Toronto, Bangalore, and London. We are a branch of Infiniti Research and have dedicated units in all three locations. BizVibe helps buyers find the most relevant suppliers from around the world and helps sellers target prospects who need their products and/or services.

Spotlight

A multinational electronics manufacturing services (EMS) company urgently needed to set up a new production line to test a client’s miniature IoT chipset. The manufacturer was on a tight schedule with strict budgetary requirements that demanded operational costs be kept to a minimum. These requirements were critical to ensuring the manufacturer could accelerate its client’s time to market.

Spotlight

A multinational electronics manufacturing services (EMS) company urgently needed to set up a new production line to test a client’s miniature IoT chipset. The manufacturer was on a tight schedule with strict budgetary requirements that demanded operational costs be kept to a minimum. These requirements were critical to ensuring the manufacturer could accelerate its client’s time to market.

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