Maintenance & Productivity
Automotive OEM, Opel, has reportedly slashed its manufacturing tool production costs by up to 90% using 3D printers, and is now able to 3D print assembly tools in less than 24 hours.
The 2016 Annual Manufacturing Report (AMR), published by Hennik Research, demonstrates once again the resilience of British manufacturing, despite facing domestic and international challenges.
A robust electrical maintenance regime can improve equipment performance as well as reduce accidents and give you confidence in the safety of your equipment.
Jonny Williamson talks to the team behind Meggitt’s Closed Loop Adaptive Assembly Workbench, the ground-breaking first step in a project to improve production output, quality, flexibility and traceability in component assembly.
Bernard Molloy, ‘Logistician of the Year’ and global industrial director at Unipart Logistics, outlines the three key steps to greater productivity.
RS Components, distributor of electronic, electrical and industrial components, shares insight on the real cost of maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) product procurement.
Following a $360m (£232m) investment and 1.5 million training hours, the first ever US-made Lexus ES 350 has rolled off the production line at Toyota's Kentucky plant.
The Indian Air Force (IAF) has announced plans this week to acquire a large number of locally-manufactured fighter jets.
Investing in the skills of their workforce is the main priority for England’s small and medium-sized manufacturers (SMEs) it was revealed today.
Toyota Material Handling UK reveals how continuous improvement through safety, productivity and environmental care can reduce costs.