and a Competitive edge
European industry innovators hope to benefit the environment and the economy with new recycle and reuse techniques for machinery.
Discover how they plan to reduce obsolescence and prove the advantages of high-tech refurbishment.
You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, as the saying goes. But what if you could make some slight tweaks to dramatically improve the dog’s performance? In most
Can European manufacturing industries boost competitiveness and productivity by embracing the circular economy?
Manufacturing is a pillar of innovation and growth for Europe, providing over 32 million jobs and 16% of GDP; but outdated machinery and unplanned downtime can cause significant losses for
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