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Based in Tokyo, this pneumatic industry pioneer continues to innovate by redefining its development process to deliver winning products that achieve their goals – e.g. the IMACT-V valves allow a typical manufacturing plant to use 50% less compressed air and reduce electric power consumption by 10% or more.Learn more about our client’s successes
IHS Technology Director Tim Dawson discusses how an industrial automation company improved its process manufacturing capabilities by leveraging IHS information, research and analyst expertise. Learn how the company leveraged these resources to benchmark its performance, challenge internal forecasts and demonstrate its competitive position to investors, shareholders and customers.View Video
With a decades-long commitment to developing eco-friendly solutions, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of industrial cleaning products overhauled its existing dispensers for greater dilution accuracy, reducing end-users costs by as much as 80% over traditional dispensing systems – offering the manufacturer a tremendous competitive advantage.
This Japanese leader in temperature control technologies set out to improve productivity and meet customer needs by downsizing new air conditioning equipment by 50%, creating value for users of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, cutting power consumption by two thirds and reducing assembly time by 15%.Learn more about our client’s successes
Featured in this edition of This or That are a couple of once-commonplace compacts: a 1971 AMC Hornet SST and a 1973 Mercury Comet sedan. Although these cars were assembled roughly 24 months apart, both were ushered from their respective assembly lines at an opportune time. Economy was just beginnin
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