The July Edition of Manufacturing Global is Live

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The July Edition of Manufacturing Global is LiveJulys issue of Manufacturing Global is live, bringing C-level executives around the world the latest new...

The July Edition of Manufacturing Global is Live

July’s issue of Manufacturing Global is live, bringing C-level executives around the world the latest news, tips and trends in ‘how it’s made’ from the industry

Read the July edition of Manufacturing Global's magazine here

While it is often assumed that SMEs and startups have more flexibility and entrepreneurial flair to be able to respond to the latest industry trends, we take a look this month at how some of the leading manufacturing organisations are displaying their own flair in preparing for the trends of the future.

Morgan Motors is a renowned niche automotive manufacturer and has entrusted the necessity of improved consumer customisation capabilities with tech specialists, Autodesk. We spoke to Jon Wells of the former and Tim Norman of the latter about the partnership and how pivotal an industry trend they see consumer customisation moving forward.

Other hot topics on the agenda this July are big data, six sigma and the so-called inspiration gap, which are discussed by some of the most recognised names in global manufacturing; Foxconn, General Motors and Rolls Royce respectively.

Finally, we count down the top 10 supply chains being managed globally at present, with a very familiar face coming out on top once again.

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