Industry Europe: What Do the Next 5 Years Look Like for Global Manufacturing?

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Supply chain risk and mitigation will always be a key concern in manufacturing. While most organizations have some form of preparedness in place, no one could have imagined the scale of turmoil and disruption recently unleashed on the global supply chain.

The use of 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, has enabled companies to shift sourcing of parts from remote locations like China to on-site production facilities. Many companies worked quickly to leverage their additive manufacturing capacity to supply personal protective equipment (PPE) and medical components as demand spiked and supply dwindled.

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