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robots in logistics

The food processing industry impacts the way we eat and the level of access we enjoy to the products we love. Below, we’ll take a closer look at how forward-thinking companies depend on robots in logistics to facilitate needs in the food processing sector. Plus, we’ll include bonus content on how the technologies could benefit merchants and consumers during the holiday season.

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Disaster Logistics

Hurricane Irma caused plenty of damage, that much is true, but it’s nothing compared to what she would have done to the southeastern coast of the United States if she had hit with full force. Luckily, she slowed from a Category 5 down to a 3 or 2 before hitting the bulk of land in her path. Puerto Rico and the islands, unfortunately, were not so fortuitous.

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Injection Molding Process

The injection molding process is a crucial process with lots of moving parts — but that doesn’t mean you can’t make some simple changes to improve how you do it and safeguard the quality of your final product.

Time is money — but so are professionalism, optimization and attention to detail, as well as other concerns.

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Skills Gap in Automotive Engineering

Automotive engineering hasn’t changed much in the last hundred years.  Automation has sped up production but for the most part, manufacturing techniques and advances have left the automotive industry in the metaphorical dust. New technologies, like 3D printing, CNC machining, and injection molding can help to move the automotive industry into the 21st century.

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truckload carriers

Owning a tractor-trailer can be both rewarding and lucrative for truckload carriers, but, as with any vehicle, there is maintenance involved. Tractor-trailers don’t get called on to make ‘round the corner grocery runs — when these trucks hit the road, it’s for the long haul and through whatever conditions are in the way.

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Manufacturing Production Efficiency

In many cases, the efficiency of your shop hinges on your production machinery. Not only is it important to find machines that are appropriate for your specific manufacturing operations, but your bottom line will suffer if your equipment isn’t fast enough to meet demand. You’ll also need to make sure to hire employees who know how to use each machine.

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product manufacturing

Medical devices go through several different phases before they’re ready for final distribution. Initial design and prototyping, quality assurance and full-on production are all required to develop safe, reliable and efficient devices. To complicate things further, some devices – particularly those made for the medical industry – require sterilization.