SDC: Additive Manufacturing Will Change Procurement as You Know It

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Every manufacturer can benefit from more efficient procurement and shorter production cycles. That’s why a growing number of manufacturers are now taking a serious look at additive manufacturing.

While manufacturing is widely outsourced due to manpower costs, additive manufacturing is turning current manufacturing processes upside down. It is driving localized production and transforming logistics and supply chains. Additive manufacturing will lead to a more sustainable future, where more consumer items are produced locally and fewer of our everyday goods are shipped across the globe. That’s a game-changer for procurement.

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