Construction is among the main industries that contribute to countries’ economic development, with a 9% GDP (gross domestic product) share and about 7~8.5% of the total global employment. Yet, using additive manufacturing (AM) in construction is slower than manufacturing.
Iridium Communications Inc., a provider of global voice and data satellite communications, announced that global heavy original equipment manufacturer (OEM), Xuzhou Construction Machinery Group (XCMG) will deploy Iridium IoT services on its global fleet of heavy equipment, starting with excavators and expanding to loaders and crane trucks as needed.
Press brakes are widely used for the precision bending of sheet metals, which are subsequently treated and used across several industries. Indonesia’s and Thailand’s transportation and construction will contribute to press brakes’ demand; majorly supplemented by government support.
Combining Japanese craftsmanship and industrial manufacturing expertise is a great way to create world-beating products. The agile utility vehicles from Canycom are a good example with help from TRUMPF.
With less than a month before Fastener Fair Global opens its doors from 21-23 March 2023 at Messe Stuttgart in Germany, the exhibition is shaping up to be a record-breaking 9th edition.
A report by Fortune Business Insights noted more importance are placed on high efficiency, transparency and lower labour costs — with the bulk from the automotive sector’s advancements and increasing investments in construction in ASEAN. That would propel ASEAN’s metal forming tools growth.
Vietnam Credit in October 2022 posted a bullish outlook for the Vietnam construction sector. Its forecast is now in question given the registered bearish performance from Vietnam Steel Association.
Many applications can look forward to more flexibility from a new wave of innovative laser technology.
A report by Fortune Business Insights noted more importance are placed on high efficiency, transparency and lower labour costs — with the bulk from the automotive sector’s advancements and increasing investments in construction.
The federal government has decided to allow migrant workers from 15 countries to be employed in the country’s manufacturing, construction and service sectors, said Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.