[Video] Chinese Manufacturing Rushes to Automate

by Maureen Perroni, on May 18, 2016

Screen_Shot_2016-05-04_at_9.21.11_AM.png The future of manufacturing productivity belongs to robots. Across the world, rising labor costs are forcing firms to explore the benefits of automation. In both developing nations and first-world countries, thousands of human workers are steadily being replaced by machines.

In China, for instance, manufacturers are adopting robots at a rapid rate. According to the MIT Technology Review, some firms hope to see some of their factory operations be entirely automated within a few years.

This will be a massive change for a nation where 100 million people work in the manufacturing sector. But it will also require the businesses themselves to adopt a labeling solution that can support a high level of efficiency.

Loftware helps firms automate their manufacturing labeling processes to reduce costs quickly adjust to meet specific customer requirements. In the fast-paced manufacturing world, it's important to centralize label printing and rely on a single source of truth.

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