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IIoT: Adoption Challenges & Solutions

February 25, 2022

IIoT: Adoption Challenges
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a term that refers to the growth and deployment of the internet of things (IoT) in industrial sectors. 58% Manufacturers claim that the IoT is essential to digitally altering industrial operations. (GE)

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HEINEKEN MEXICO

On November 8, 1890 marks the beginning of our history, with the founding of the Cuauhtémoc Ice and Brewery factory in Monterrey, NL, headed by Don Isaac Garza and Don José Calderón. That same year, Carta Blanca beer was introduced to the national market. Since then, and for 120 years, the company has sought the maximum industrial integration, establishing factories to meet their needs for material, packaging and supplies.

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HEINEKEN MEXICO

On November 8, 1890 marks the beginning of our history, with the founding of the Cuauhtémoc Ice and Brewery factory in Monterrey, NL, headed by Don Isaac Garza and Don José Calderón. That same year, Carta Blanca beer was introduced to the national market. Since then, and for 120 years, the company has sought the maximum industrial integration, establishing factories to meet their needs for material, packaging and supplies.

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