Innovations for more efficiency
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Manufacturing industries are currently exposed to an enormous pressure of competition, which is further aggravated by the economic crisis. To make production plants fit for the future, investment in innovative manufacturing technologies is recommended. This will significantly contribute to increased competitiveness and provide a reorientation of production after the crisis is over. An example is the strategy of technological development at Opel.
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