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Maximizing the productivity and efficiency through automation

28 November 2017

Manufacturers are increasingly looking to optimise operational efficiencies, by adopting automation, in a bid to remain competitive in an ever evolving market, driven by consumer demand.

Automation can play an important role in developing the competiveness of an operation, especially so when we consider SME’s; driving productivity and innovation through a supply chain are integral in realising a position as a market leader.

Implementing automation as a means to managing supply versus demand can provide cost savings across a number of areas. Consider improved quality output and sustainability. But automation doesn’t have to be complicated and can be applied to an existing application within your operation.

There has however been some reluctance in the adoption of automated robotics, though we should not view automation as a ‘cost’, but as a means to add value, enabling you to develop existing customers and attract new ones. Being able to demonstrate your business as being a strong performer with established manufacturing systems, places you as a strong partner; established operational efficiency, reliability, consistency of quality output - With a little planning and some expert advice it is relatively easy to identify where and how automated processes can be implemented to add value, at specific areas throughout a manufacturing or production process. Areas that are imperative to maintaining peak return on investment and customer satisfaction.

The flexibility afforded by automation enables businesses to meet a variety of unique production requirements whilst                  of manufacturing technologies. To overcome the challenges associated with adopting automated processes, manufacturers should rely on an experienced supplier who can help them navigate the necessary considerations for a seamless integration.
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Industry Connections: KUKA Robotics UK Ltd

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