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Report: Digitization Means Workforce Disruption, But Jobs Will Be There for Those Who Want Them

Manufacturing’s adoption of ever-greater levels of automation and disruptive new technologies such as advanced robotics and 3D printing doesn’t necessarily mean ongoing job losses, but it will mean a great deal of disruption, as displaced workers strive t…
Manufacturing’s adoption of ever-greater levels of automation and disruptive new technologies such as advanced robotics and 3D printing doesn’t necessarily mean ongoing job losses… http://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/report-digitization-means-workforce-disruption-jobs-will-be-there-those-who-want-them/

Engineering Test Lab Management Solutions

First time user, if I posted in wrong spot, please advise. We have been searching to enabling technology solutions that will manage our Engineering test labs that are scattered across the Enterprise. As everyone strives for synergies, we continue to sha…
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Dow Plant Tour: the Right Formula for Safety is One Part Culture, One Part Science

Manufacturing Leadership Council members gathered last week in Freeport, Texas, to tour The Dow Chemical Company’s massive production facility and to hear how Dow has achieved world-class safety performance, a feat that is rooted as much in culture as it …
Manufacturing Leadership Council members gathered last week in Freeport, Texas, to tour The Dow Chemical Company’s massive production facility and to hear how Dow has achieved wor… http://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/dow-plant-tour-right-formula-safety-one-part-culture-one-part-science/

M4.0: Optimism Remains High, But Implementation Lags

While manufacturers remain optimistic about the potential for Manufacturing 4.0 to provide their companies with enhanced operational effectiveness, many report having made limited progress implementing M4.0 initiatives, and the vast majority don’t have a …
While manufacturers remain optimistic about the potential for Manufacturing 4.0 to provide their companies with enhanced operational effectiveness, many report having made limited… http://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/m40-optimism-remains-high-implementation-lags/

China, India, and Europe Improve, But U.S. and Overall Global Manufacturing Still Struggle for Growth

In the U.S., manufacturing sector growth rates remained almost unchanged from its recent 28-month low, with a PMI of 51.5 for March, up only slightly from 51.3 in February. But a faster increase in incoming new work, and the sustained growth of new employ…
The latest global manufacturing growth figures for March show only a modest improvement in industrial performance for many countries around the world, according to researchers Mar… http://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/china-india-and-europe-improve-us-and-overall-global-manufacturing-still-struggle-growth/

The Future of Manufacturing in Europe

Seven transformative forces are poised to change the fabric of manufacturing and drive economic prosperity in Europe.
Change is inevitable in manufacturing. The future of manufacturing is often defined by doing more with less, re-ordering the world to create more compact products, and re-aligning… http://www.gilcommunity.com/blog/future-manufacturing-europe/

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