Top European Manufacturing Industry Challenges to Look Out for in 2019 | Infiniti’s Latest FREE Resource Reveals It All
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 15, 2019--
A well-known competitive intelligence solutions provider, Infiniti Research, has announced the completion of their new free downloadable resource on top challenges facing the European manufacturing companies. This free resource also highlights how companies can effectively tackle industry challenges and succeed in the marketplace.
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Top challenges facing the European manufacturing companies (Graphic: Business Wire)
The European manufacturing industry has shown positive growth over the past decade. With this, companies in the industry have been witnessing higher productivity, capital investment, workforce management, and major improvements in their performance. But, like all other industries, the manufacturing sector also faces several challenges. Companies that do not take appropriate steps to effectively tackle the industry challenges will fail to succeed. Therefore, it becomes imperative for companies to identify all the challenges in the industry and take steps to tackle them.
Although the manufacturing industry is facing some daunting challenges, understanding these issues and mitigating them can help businesses succeed. Request a FREE brochure to gain more insights into our services portfolio and to know how our services will help you tackle the industry challenges.
Top challenges facing the European manufacturing industry
Competition from emerging economies
Emerging economies pose major challenges for companies in the European manufacturing industry. China and Brazil are the two main sources of competition. This is because these countries manufacture products at a lower cost. But, unfortunately, European manufacturing companies are unable to compete with these developing economies due to higher labor cost and governmental regulations. In this context, companies in the manufacturing industry can partner with third-party sources to minimize the risk of pursuing growth.
Automation has become a necessity for companies in the European manufacturing sector. To avoid being left behind, it becomes imperative for manufacturers to adapt to evolving technologies and industry changes. In fact, automation improves operational efficiency, reduces wastages, and increases consistency. Therefore, companies need to keep abreast with the latest trends in the industry.
Due to changes in technology and demographics, manufacturers need to stay competitive and adapt to fast-evolving changing. Even ignoring the small challenges can reduce the chances of success in the European market. Request a free proposal to know how our solutions can help.
Smarter customer base
Customers in the European market are highly educated and concerned about products they purchase. This poses a major challenge for companies operating in the manufacturing sector. Therefore, companies need to think as much about sales, customer service, and marketing as they do about manufacturing. Keeping pace with the needs and requirements of customers is important for companies.
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