For over 50 years, Manufacturing Management has been the lead source of information for factory managers tasked with improving manufacturing performance, productivity and profit in their sites. In these unprecedented times, having access to the right information at the right time has never been more important. Constantly evolving to meet our readers’ needs and reporting on manufacturing best practice, Manufacturing Management delivers high-quality content and unrivalled access to a difficult-to-reach and influential audience of manufacturing managers and their senior leadership teams.
Series 1 - Sustainability
Episode 1 – Net Zero: A Time To Act In Partnership with Inenco
Our first Episode is in partnership with Inenco Group and in this episode we talk to Jordan Rassas, Head of New Business Sales. We highlight key findings within our latest report 'Net Zero: A Time To Act'.
The findings, which come from a recent survey undertaken by Manufacturing Management and business utility and sustainability consultancy Inenco, suggest an alarming lack of readiness among UK manufacturers when it comes to dealing with this key environmental target.
Episode 2 - Bosch Rexroth – How Important Is Sustainability?
Our Editor, Paul Fanning, talks to Andrew Minturn, Partner, Distribution & Service Sales Management, Bosch Rexroth.
Our topic of conversation is Sustainability, and we investigate how important Sustainability is and what Rexroth doing to overcome certain challenges. Andrew provides an overview on what Rexroth doing to become sustainable, and they hope to pass on these key bits of information to not only their clients but also other UK Manufacturers.
Episode 3 - igus UK – igus Give Their Thoughts on Sustainability Within The Manufacturing Industry
Paul Fanning, Editor of Manufacturing Management, speaks with Stuart Clarke, Systems Manager at igus UK and they discuss Sustainability within the UK Manufacturing industry.
igus® is a manufacturer of high-performance polymers for movement. They have been developing and producing so-called motion plastics, innovative products made from lubrication-free plastics, since 1964. These include energy chains, cables, plain bearings, lead screw technology, robots and intelligent sensors that help their customers to improve their technology and reduce costs. Most products are manufactured using the injection moulding process, from which the company derives its name: igus® = "Industriespritzguss" (industrial injection moulding).