Industrial manufacturing industry has changed significantly over the years and it continues to do so at a rapid pace. Developers of metalworking solutions are looking towards the future by ensuring greater collaboration between man and machine. In turn, this will enable manufacturers to be more responsive, more productive, and ultimately to enjoy greater profitability.
Despite the pandemic, Asia’s manufacturing industry was a key benefactor of the effect of business and consumer demand for everything digital and virtual, and while the pandemic has been a big issue for 2020, the long term strategic outlook is promising for many.
The experience over this year has shown it is certainly different, but I take that as a positive learning point. Things will never go back a 100% to what it was before the pandemic. We have learned how to achieve the same results or be more productive. It’s a change which we will learn from.
Every edition of International Metalworking News for Asia features in-depth interviews with a range of CEOs and high-level executives from the industry’s most innovative and influential companies. We aim to share the new products and technologies of machine tools and solution builders to help you with your own manufacturing processes. But most especially we strive to tell you stories of successful businesses in a way that highlights the achievements of their companies and draw insights from the challenges they’ve faced during their years.
2020 has been particularly challenging season. It has forced us to look at everything differently. Some industries have been turned upside down and might be forever changed. Industrial manufacturing industry will continue to grow, even though the pandemic may have altered the paths to that expansion. Looking ahead, expect to see more sophisticated virtual reality, and artificial intelligence in every machine tools design.
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