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Graham Immerman
February 05, 2018

There are a few things we are always striving for in manufacturing. On that list is always minimizing wasted time, energy, and money. Sustainable Business Forum came up with five ways to streamline your manufacturing process - and we can help you do almost all of them! Their recommendations are to use the best materials, improve communication, embrace the latest tech, track performances, and don't make things too complicated. We can help you improve communication with your machines because we speak their language. We ARE the latest tech, we track everything you need to know and store it in the cloud, and we make implementing our technology easy with user-friendly monitors! The materials are up to you. 

How You Can Streamline Your Manufacturing ProcessesSource: http://sustainablebusinessforum.com

Are you running a manufacturing company and looking for ways to improve? The thing that tends to matter more than anything else is the way in which you manage your company’s core processes. Streamlining them should be put at the top of your list of priorities if it’s not already, B Use The Best Materials First of all, you need to think about the materials that you use to get the job done. There will be more problems and more faults if you are using materials that are simply not up to scratch during your manufacturing processes. The best materials out there might demand more of your company’s finances, but it could still be worth making that upgrade if it helps you to streamline your processes and become more productive each day. Read More

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