Process manufacturing software, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), Lot Traceability, Batch Production

Process manufacturing is concerned with the use of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), such as those used in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food & beverage, biotechnology and Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) environments. The key point to define process manufacturing is that once the raw ingredients or formulas have been used and mixed they cannot be returned back to their original individual state. In other words, once the product has been constructed the individual ingredients cannot be distilled and extracted back out again.

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VJ Technology select EPOD system from Touchstar Technologies

VJ Technology select EPOD system from Touchstar Technologies

V J Technology (VJT) is one of the UK’s leading distributors of fixings, fasteners and building consumables, supplying some of the most renowned names in construction and civil engineering.

Paragon survey points towards growing reporting burden for the transport office

Paragon survey points towards growing reporting burden for the transport office

Transport planning teams are under pressure to share more information than ever before as businesses look to increase visibility of their distribution operations, improve customer communications and remove internal silos.

Manufacturers falling drastically short in efforts to digitise supply chain, survey finds

Manufacturers falling drastically short in efforts to digitise supply chain, survey finds

Manufacturers with large supply chains are struggling to digitise interaction with their suppliers despite huge desire to do so, according to a new study.

BigChange mobile and cloud transforms community clean fleet operations

BigChange mobile and cloud transforms community clean fleet operations

As a provider of regeneration, protection and maintenance services, Community Clean is using the mobile workforce system from BigChange to manage operations nationwide.

Digital transformation: thyssenkrupp presents artificial intelligence "alfred”

Digital transformation: thyssenkrupp presents artificial intelligence "alfred”

thyssenkrupp Materials Services continues to drive digital transformation: Since early 2019 an artificial intelligence solution (AI), supported by Microsoft’s cloud platform Azure, has been integrated into the processes of the largest materials distribution and service provider in the Western world.

‘Lack of UK economic certainty’ is biggest concern for UK Manufacturers, according to Santander Corporate & Commercial poll

‘Lack of UK economic certainty’ is biggest concern for UK Manufacturers, according to Santander Corporate & Commercial poll

More than half (52%) of UK manufacturers think that ‘a lack of UK economic certainty’ is the most pressing concern for business, according to a new snapshot poll1 by Santander Corporate & Commercial.

BEC interview with Tom Hamlyn, Logistics Director at Aliaxis

BEC interview with Tom Hamlyn, Logistics Director at Aliaxis

Welcome to the third of BEC’s exclusive customer interviews.

This time it’s with Tom Hamlyn, Logistics Director at Aliaxis, a global leader in the production and distribution of advanced plastic piping systems. Tom has worked at Aliaxis for over 20 years, heading up the Logistics Department since 2015.

RIO developing new logistics services for the entire supply chain

RIO developing new logistics services for the entire supply chain

The RIO ecosystem is growing. At the trade fair ‘transport logistic’ in Munich, RIO is presenting new services, new partners, and the RIO universe for your pocket.

Professionals reveal how they are benefiting from 3D printing technology

Professionals reveal how they are benefiting from 3D printing technology

The research conducted by www.Case24.com.

One of the fastest-growing developments in the world of technology has been that of 3D printing. It is the process of depositing successive layers of material (e.g. plastic, metal, wax etc.) in a 3D printer, to create a physical object envisioned from a digital model.

Manufacturing employers favour workers that are adaptable, willing to upskill and resilient

Manufacturing employers favour workers that are adaptable, willing to upskill and resilient

New research from job board, CV-Library, reveals the key skills that manufacturing employers are favouring right now, including the ability to adapt (69%), a willingness to upskill (47.6%) and resilience (47.6%).

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