The October issue of Manufacturing Global is now live!

By Sean Galea-Pace
Hello and welcome to the October issue of Manufacturing Global! With the increasing pace of the manufacturing sector demanding proficiency, improved p...

Hello and welcome to the October issue of Manufacturing Global! 

With the increasing pace of the manufacturing sector demanding proficiency, improved processes as well as increasing cost-effectiveness and time efficiency, digitalisation and software are of great help to manufacturing companies as they strive to overcome challenges and get better results. We take a look at how an aggressive digital transformation allows KEMET Electronics to tackle tomorrow’s challenges today.

The US manufacturing sector represents over 18.2% of the world’s total goods every year, being one of the greatest contributors to the nation’s employment, GDP and overall economic development. We take a look at the top 10 manufacturing companies operating in the US.

Elsewhere in the magazine, Vitaliano Torno and Arnaud Aujouannet of Owens-Illinois detail the importance of sustainability, innovation and embracing digital transformation in the manufacturing industry.

Our other cover stars include KPMG, as we examine how the company has become a beacon of insight for New Zealand’s business landscape, as well as Safilo Group which is nearing the end of an ambitious six-year procurement strategy as it continues to go from strength to strength.

Plus, exclusive insights into some of the leading manufacturers of the world, including Siemens, Daimler, and Ford Otosan.

Enjoy the issue.  

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Featured Articles

How technology has improved Health & Safety in manufacturing

Johann Cilliers, Group Marketing Director at Welding Alloys, explains how technology has improved Health & Safety in the manufacturing industry

Nick Dinges, Replique CTO, explores additive manufacturing

Replique’s CTO Nick Dinges shares his knowledge on 3D printing, how localised production can help supply chains & what the manufacturing sector wants

Hanwha to spend US$2.5bn on US solar manufacturing

South Korean chemical manufacturer Hanwha will spend US$2.5bn on US solar manufacturing at Georgia plant, in a new renewable energy push

Hexagon invests in Divergent Technologies digital factories

Digital Factory

India’s smart manufacturing electric vehicle future

Smart Manufacturing

Manufacturing a legacy of safety, sustainability, and skill

Procurement & Supply Chain