Plant Management

Transformative technology

Dr Jin Ooi reveals how digital element modelling is revolutionising process industries

Thirst for success

Alexander Marzahn & Tiziana Perchiazzi reveal how an Italian beverage producer outpaced some of its competitors thanks to modern process engineering

Five steps to zero downtime

Often, there is no way to avoid unexpected production downtime, however, there are ways to reduce the risk. Lee Sullivan gives his five tips for reducing downtime in manufacturing

Maintaining uptime

James Davey explains why preventative maintenance is so vital for these industries

Heat transfer systems: myth versus reality

Proactive maintenance and staff training are vital for heat transfer systems, says Clive Jones

The future of maintenance engineering

Jonathan Wilkins discusses how Industry 4.0 is changing the way businesses approach maintenance

Preventative maintenance for MCCs

Preventative maintenance prolongs motor control centre lifespan

Are IT and OT the new super duo for plants?

Adrian Swindells looks at how plant managers can manage the convergence IT and OT together, without any drawbacks

Safe lubrication for food applications

Cleaning product range designed to help maintenance and plant engineers reduce the chances of downtime in food processing plants

DNA of decision-making

Robert Golightly on achieving operational excellence through rich data visualisation

Time to process some sound advice

Arne Berndt calls on companies to protect workers from occupational noise

Demand driven planning

Bob Davies discusses the potential of demand driven materials requirements planning and whether maintenance can be integrated into the process

Maintenance: in-house or outsource?

Jonathan Wilkins argues the pros and cons of outsourcing plant maintenance compared with keeping it in-house

Dilute, dose and spray it clean

NCH Europe launches new equipment range for liquid cleaners

The future of MES

Intelligent presentation, mobile features, tailor-made solutions ­– what 2017 will hold for MES in the food and beverage sector By James Wood

Benefits of the smart supply chain

Smart supply chains will play a leading role in the factories of the future by offering manufacturers financial and space savings and even reducing the need for human intervention. Bob Davies discusses the role the smart supply chain plays in the factory of the future

Just in time for manufacturing

Andy Owen looks at how companies can improve the efficiency of their systems by improving the transportation of goods around the factory


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