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Productivity is boosted by Forcam Force

Forcam will present the latest development in manufacturing execution system (MES) technology, Forcam Force, at this year’s Advanced Engineering Show in Birmingham, November 4-5 – stand H62. The company is at the heart of the German Industry 4.0 movement and has over 15 years’ experience in shop floor digitalization. They have helped many multinational companies achieve substantial and proven gains in productivity of over 20 percent within one year of deploying their MES. Forcam Force also provides a solid foundation for continuous improvement programmes.

Clients such as Audi, BMW, Daimler, GKN Aerospace, MAN, MTU Aero Engines, KUKA, Weir Minerals and many more rely on Forcam’s secure, cloud based, global production monitoring systems.

Visit Forcam on stand H62 for a live shop floor management demonstration and learn exactly how different machine controls are connected to the web (with live system demo), how customizable reports and visualisations can make your shop floor more transparent. Also see how using Lean and total productive maintenance (TPM) methods help clients eliminate wastage and drastically reduce production downtime.

In addition the company has a presentation at Forum 5 hosted by Aerospace Manufacturing Magazine from 12.15–12.30pm on November 5. Managing Director UK Andrew Steele will outline best practices from automotive and aerospace clients on how at boost productivity though real-time OEE analysis.

More Information

United Kingdom
Andrew Steele, UK Managing Director, Tel. 01606 833 837
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FORCAM UK, 6.1 Verity Court, Pochin Way, Middlewich, Cheshire, CW12 0GW

Vincent Post, International Marketing & PR Manager, Tel. +49 (0)751/36669 – 826
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FORCAM GmbH, An der Bleicherei 15, D-88214 Ravensburg, Germany

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