Investing in the latest equipment, improving processes and managing production issues all point to a busy and profitable foundry, but how can you safeguard the business to ensure long-term success? A one-day seminar tackling how to future-proof a foundry will be held at the National Metalforming Centre (UK) on 11th May 2017.
Future proofing enables us to anticipate trends and develop methods to minimise the impact on the business. In terms of the foundry sector, there are some clear indicators of future concerns:
- A skills crisis
- Employee engagement and retention
- Health, safety and wellbeing
- Industry 4.0 and the digitalisation of the workplace
- Transparency for the customer
- Cyber crime
- Protecting intellectual property
The objective of this one-day event is to put some of these issues at the centre of the debate and look at methods to tackle the big ideas of today that will be common place tomorrow to help foundries safeguard their business and make effective plans for the future. You can have the best-equipped foundry in the world but it will be those with the best business acumen that will be successful for years to come.
The Future Foundry event is organised by CMF, for more details contact Angela Mason, Tel: +44 (0) 121 601 6397, email: email@example.com