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Improving The Safety Of Medical Devices
Over the past few decades the regulation of the safety of medical devices has remained relatively unchanged.
UK
17 Oct 2016
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Consumer Products - M&A Survey
Despite considerable economic uncertainty and fragile consumer confidence, two thirds of respondents are optimistic about the M&A outlook for the Consumer Products sector in the next twelve months.
UK
26 Nov 2010
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Manufacturing outlook 2004/05 - You aren’t the weakest link
Optimising the supply chain is one of today’s hot topics. Supply chain inefficiency is a key cause of unnecessary costs and poor delivery performance. There is no doubt, however, that far-reaching, end-to-end projects demand a complex blend of process, IT and financial skills and involve people at virtually every level. Consequently, they can take several years and create a large amount of upheaval, even though the outcome is often highly successful.
UK
13 Oct 2004
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Credit where credit’s due
At the heart of engineering is the quest to conquer uncertainty through innovation. This can apply in relation to the laboratory formulation of a new compound or an attempt to exceed the recognised barriers of a manufacturing process. To engineer is to create, and yet there seems to be reluctance in many organisations to explore outside their research or product development departments for innovation that would qualify for the generous UK Research and Development incentives.
UK
12 Oct 2004
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Don’t change for Lean’s sake...
There is no doubt that lean thinking is driving massive changes in manufacturing processes worldwide. It lies at the heart of measurable improvements in quality, reliability and performance. What lean is not, however, is a magic formula that solves manufacturing issues in one easy application.
UK
12 Oct 2004
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Using IT to Master Complexity
Manufacturers’ supply chains are growing enormously complex. With shorter product life cycles and ever-rising customer demands, as well as the increasing spread of distribution, manufacturing, sourcing, and engineering operations around the globe, companies large and small are finding it ever more difficult to synchronise all the pieces.
UK
6 Oct 2004
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The backbone of a better business - IT integration across Europe
IT integration is not a luxury. Growth by acquisition has resulted in a mass of disparate systems for many major manufacturers. The situation is usually manageable when member companies operate autonomously. When, however, the group wants to move forward as a unified whole, common financial reporting is simply not enough. Without effective reporting structures, the ability to make like-for-like comparisons across the group and visibility of the underlying detail,&nb
UK
6 Oct 2004
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