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Manufacturing has always been characterised by rapid growth, constant innovation and new work patterns. However, the events of the coronavirus pandemic have amplified the need of businesses across every industry for new technologies to help them respond to global trends and stay competitive.
If manufacturing had to be summarised in one word, that would be agility. The field’s speed in introducing disruptive ideas, innovative technologies and new concepts is surprising, but can also be hard for manufacturers to keep up with.
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