August 2022 Archive
There is light amongst the darkness as Manufacturers are staying positive during the post-pandemic crisis
It’s no secret that a recession could be upon the world, even as quickly as the end of 2022. With many complications across the board, from inflation to materials shortage, supply chain issues and negative growths - it seems like a dark horizon for many businesses. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel and despite these ongoing challenges, manufacturers have experienced it before and are aware of what’s to come.
UK logistics giant, EV cargo says that shipping challenges will last for years to come
In the continuance of rising costs and supply chain challenges, the UK’s biggest privately-held logistics business says shipping issues will last for many years. EV Cargo operates both in the UK and internationally, on road, sea and air freights. Handling logistics for large businesses such as Asda and Next, they say that problems will continue for the next few years due to a number of variables.
Are you making the most of innovation as a manufacturing business?
Industry 4.0 is well underway, with automation and artificial intelligence sweeping the sector in a bid to improve efficiency and processes. Whether you like it or not, change is inevitable and it’s up to you whether you want to empower it, or risk falling behind. As a manufacturing business ourselves, we are always looking to develop and improve the process from beginning to end.