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The pressure is on manufacturers to meet greater demands, deliver on time, within budget and work to regulations – all while keeping costs as low as possible.  In the manufacturing context, a good service regime should be in place to avoid costly downtimes and keep the lines running optimally. 

We are living in a connected world.  From the phone in our hands, it is possible to control smart household appliances remotely, and many of us sport the latest wearable devices that monitor our every move, and delights on reporting back to us how active (or not) we have been.

This is all possible because of the Internet of Things.  Take this one step further to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and below we can see how this technology is enabling companies to provide superior service to manufacturers.

Do you already comply with the new EU regulations that come into force on 14 December 2019?
All wholesale growers of pot, bedding and container plants will be subject to the new requirement, including the trade companies that handle these products within the EU.

All coders should be reliable, easy to use, and apply high-quality batch and date codes onto a range of products – but each sector has its own specific requirements. For beverages, one stands out above all: the ability to code effectively in a wet environment.

In the current packaging and the environment debate, plastic is one of the biggest talking points. Raised public awareness about plastic waste has led to sales drops in plastic-packaged goods , while our own consumer research recently found that 89% of Brits are concerned about the impact that soft drink packaging has on the environment.

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