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 10    February
Zurich

 
 

Duration: 5 days

Introduction

Manufacturing processes offer us all commercial products used daily in our lives. Traditional manufacturing processes have sharply changed during the last twenty years and are expected to continue changing due to a number of factors that include subtractive manufacturing, environmental regulations, quantum computers and others. This course offers an overview of traditional and new manufacturing processes in a detailed...


 
 17    February
Basel

 
 

Duration: 3 days

The SCOR – Supply Chain Operations Reference Model was developed initially for the Supply Chain Council (SCC) in 1996 and it is an indispensable model of reference to design and implement a solid Supply Chain project.

The SCOR model brings together Business, Metrics, Best Practice and Technology processes under an internationally recognised framework to:
- Improve communication between SC Partners
- Improve the efficiency of SC management
- Measure SC...


 
 17    February
Zurich

 
 

Duration: 5 days

Introduction

3D Printing is a technology which is currently changing the landscape of the creative, science, engineering and manufacturing industries.

This course is for people who want to explore what 3D printing is and the potential it has to change the future of design and manufacturing. It will enable you to understand how 3D printing works, its benefits and future possibilities as well as its...


 
 24    February
Zurich

 
 

Duration: 5 days

Introduction

Manufacturing processes offer us all commercial products used daily in our lives. Traditional manufacturing processes have sharply changed during the last twenty years and are expected to continue changing due to a number of factors that include subtractive manufacturing, environmental regulations, quantum computers and others. This course offers an overview of traditional and new manufacturing processes in a detailed...


 
  2     March
Zurich

 
 

Duration: 5 days

Introduction

The main objective of the Materials Management discipline is to optimise customer service, inventory investment, manufacturing and purchasing and distribution operations. Materials Managers make decisions that affect all the strategic goals of their companies. How a company manages inventory can have a significant impact on its profitability and world-class competitiveness. Improving both delivery performance and cash flow at the same time requires...


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Last update 12 Jan 2020
Global manufacturing conditions remain weak at end of 2019
   Source: J.P.Morgan Global Manufacturing PMI   -  IHS Markit



Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals

Maximum safety and reliability and reducing the costs for our customers at the same time: we are able to offer the chemical industry an extensive range of chemical logistics services that hardly any other logistics specialist can match. It is our goal to harmonise our services with your specifications in s...


7 Supply Chain Predictions: Looking Ahead with 2020 Vision

The year 2020 approaches with promise amidst a backdrop of innovation and transformation occurring at a speed never witnessed before. We’re experiencing a digital revolution that is changing the way we live, wor...

   

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FLORIM CERAMICHE SPA: On the road to Industry 4.0: advanced planning & finite capacity scheduling

Florim Ceramiche SpA has been worldly recognised as a leader in ceramics industry for more than 50 years, thanks to its committment to research, innovation and social responsibility. Florim business style can be summa...

Investigating Sales Management Role in Commercial Returns: Enhancing the changes of cusomer needs

The business-to-business competitive environment is dramatically changing, and firms need to learn how to keep up. Manufacturers must attempt to deliver incremental value to enhance business relationships and to do this ...


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