AME is excited to partner with RoboJob-USA for their March open house event - Discover CNC Automation. Join in on our discussion of today’s challenges in manufacturing and how CNC automation can benefit your machine shop floor. You will also get to experience a live demonstration of RoboJob-USA’s robots in action after just 5 minutes of programming.
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As the world unites in mobilizing resources, time, and manpower to combat the unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic, which
delivered a devastating blow to public safety, healthcare, and economy on a global scale, many businesses, big and small, are stepping up in the effort to help cope with the disease.
Manufacturing has been an integral part of what makes Rockford the city that it is. Rockford Mayor, Tom McNamara says, “Manufacturing is in Rockford’s DNA.” A city that has seen generation after generation grow and adapt with the times, Rockford is looking toward the future when it comes to manufacturing.
The world of manufacturing is going to shrink. But not in the way you might think! Manufacturing has often been connected with massive corporations that crank out thousands, if not millions of parts. These are 100-million dollar plus businesses. They are major employers and a major component of local and national economies.
Companies require more than just the implementation of IIoT to maintain a competitive advantage over low-cost countries that produce high-quality products.
To be customer focused means striving for perfection and always pursuing excellence.
Learning should be a continuous, company-wide process that helps team members at all levels share knowledge with one another and move in the same direction as the evolving industry trends.
Servant leaders put the needs of their employees first. They’re open-minded, know their weaknesses, and admit their mistakes. They’re willing to learn and let go of responsibilities they’ve outgrown so others can use their skills to move the company forward.
Paying it forward to those less fortunate can grow your company’s reputation and open the door for long-term opportunities within your industry.
To be a successful business, people need to respect one another and encourage respect throughout the work environment. Without respect, the overall culture becomes toxic.