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Sales growth potential is very rarely a constraint and all manufacturing companies strive to increase sales to increase revenues and profit growth. Increased sales means increased production accordingly. But maximum production capacity will occur and inevitably that means longer lead times. The potential risks include increasing customer dissatisfaction and losing out on orders.
A reduction of associated customer lead times is often the difference between an order being won or an order being lost. Improving those lead times will mean winning more orders.
Your customers are no different than any others in their desire for quicker delivery and an outsourcing strategy will assist greatly.
It is important to ask yourself, which activities do you currently undertake that generate profit and which activities do you currently undertake that drain profit?
By asking these questions, you will have a clearer understanding on what processes to outsource.
By picking an outsourcing partner and investing in what you do best, you will be delegating non-core processes such as part or full machine build and benefiting from their ability to supply at a higher level. This will reduce your production build times and ultimately improve the sales lead time to your customer.
Take your first steps to realising growth potential by making outsourcing part of your manufacturing strategy. This guide details every stage of the outsourcing procedure.
PP Control & Automation’s strategic manufacturing outsourcing service is helping bring new tele-optometry solutions to market at a time when remote technology is in huge demand. EYOTO™ is a world leader in the creation of advanced tele-optometry solutions for the global optical industry. The company, which originated as a spin-out …
A manufacturing collaboration born in the West Midlands is helping satisfy increasing demand for industrial inventory management solutions.
PP Control & Automation has been working with the global machine tool builder for more than 27 years and the latest partnership has seen it play a key role in the design and production of the new CV5-500.
PP Control & Automation (PP C&A) has become one of the first companies in the UK to be ‘virtually’ re-certified to a prestigious international quality standard.
The electronics industry is rapidly evolving and in the world of Contract Electronic Manufacturing, the need to consistently ‘add value’ and build ‘long term partnerships’ are phrases that are often declared but seldom delivered. The question that commonly arises is “Why do CEMs often get it wrong when supporting Box …
6 months on since PP Control & Automation’s in-depth feature for Business Focus Magazine, the message on growth in the face of uncertainty is perhaps even more appropriate now, as Theresa May attempts to get MPs to vote for the Brexit withdrawal agreement on 11th December. If she clears that …
A new manufacturing partnership between PP Control & Automation and Jenton Group has created the capacity to build new UV technology in volumes that could help protect us from Covid-19 in indoor spaces.
As the years have gone by, the relationship between the two businesses has become more interlinked, with PP C&A increasingly being asked to be involved in the design stage of new machine builds.
Watch how Ishida realised their growth potential by making outsourcing part of their manufacturing strategy.
PP Control & Automation has had the opportunity to publish a variety of articles in the UK’s leading journals for the manufacturing industries.
During the design engineering discussions, it quickly became apparent that a more value-added design would be beneficial, allowing for a modular, configurable and pre-wired (Plug & play) style solution with significant benefit.
Inventor-e was established in 2001 as a technology business to provide point-of-use solutions to industrial manufacturers and the facilities management markets.