Reward your star site performers and help showcase the buzz of being in manufacturing to the nation by entering Works Management's all new Manufacturing Champions Awards. Manufacturing Champions, in association with The Manufacturing Institute, is the first awards scheme to celebrate the all-important people who supercharge factory success.
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The same old approach to ERP system selection will leave you with familiar frustrations down the line. From the importance of functionality to asking the shopfloor, WM uncovers the advantages of an alternative approach to upgrades.
Time management is a critical business skill, particularly for hard-pressed managers in a fast-moving sector like manufacturing. But, asks Ian Vallely, where do you start and what technology do you use?
"Industry 4.0 is an opportunity for the UK to apply its many skills and technologies and become one of the first [European] states to eliminate low-cost labour as a prerequisite of a successful manufacturing economy."
There may be a certain resonance in the IET's (Institution of Engineering and Technology) Ambrose Fleming Medal for ICT – part of its prestigious Achievement Awards – going to Professor Barry Evans, of the Centre for Communication Systems ...
Manufacturers say the job market is saturated with a generation of the illiterate and unemployable. So what's Mark Prisk, the man behind future industry policy, going to do about it? The WM Leaders Forum – our think-tank for the sector – ...
The UK has long been a follower of US fashion.
Bob Davis of the Association for Manufacturing Excellence tells Max Gosney about the latest manufacturing trends heading our way across the Atlantic
Leicester-based high precision machining firm AETC has cut maintenance costs by several thousand pounds, just by correctly specifying and fitting machine bearings.
Dawnfresh Seafoods has installed a new computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) to manage engineering maintenance at its main production site in Uddingston, Lanarkshire.
Casio Computer Co. has announced that the DT-X7 handheld terminal - intended for users in retail, transportation, logistics and other industries - has been recognised with the iF product design award 2008, one of the worlds leading industrial design honours.
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Business Communication – Breaking the Commodity Myth
Manufacturing pay runs ahead of wider economy
‘Don’t remove engineering GCSE courses’, pleads IET
Industry ‘wasting millions on poor maintenance’
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