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Radwell win the Staffs Chamber International Trade Award

A Newcastle-under-Lyme supplier of industrial automation solutions has been recognised as winners of the International Trade category at The Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce awards.

Following a record number of entrants, Radwell International were announced as winners at the prestigious awards for their invaluable contribution to international trade even during the COVID-19 pandemic, demonstrating its commitment to customer service, satisfaction and innovation.

The awards celebrate the determination, resilience and creativity of the best businesses in Staffordshire. Rob Lawley, Head of International Trade at the Chamber said “The Department for International Trade and Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce have worked with Radwell International for a number of years. Over this time, we have seen the business go from strength to strength selling to over 175 countries and becoming a significant employer in the area. Radwell International thoroughly deserved to win the Chamber’s International Trade Award and I am sure the company will continue to grow and expand even under the difficult circumstances we are all facing at the moment.”

Martin Thomas, European Marketing Manager at Radwell said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won this award and to be recognised for our dedication to the customers we serve. As a company, we think locally as we do business globally and our innovative business strategy has enabled us to remain open during the pandemic as an essential business supporting manufacturers and food processors. To win this award and to be recognised for our hard work and commitment is a privilege.”

Radwell is a manufacturing and factory automation specialist with an inventory of over 20 million parts and repair automation parts that you will find in any manufacturing production line. Their impressive facility in Staffordshire serves over 55,000 customers in 175 countries.

 

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Radwell win the Logistics UK International Shipper of the Year Award

A Newcastle-under-Lyme supplier of industrial automation solutions has been recognised as International Shipper of the Year at the Logistics UK Awards for the second year running.

Following a record number of entrants, Radwell International were announced as winners at the prestigious awards for their invaluable contribution to the logistics and supply industry even during the COVID-19 pandemic, demonstrating its commitment to customer service, satisfaction and innovation.

Logistics UK is one of the biggest business groups in the UK, supporting and shaping the efficiency of logistics and the movement of goods. Their 4th annual awards recognised and rewarded leadership and celebrated excellence in the logistics industry for companies that go above and beyond to facilitate trade, manufacturing and commerce.

Radwell is a manufacturing and factory automation specialist with an inventory of over 20 million parts and repair automation parts that you will find in any manufacturing production line. Their impressive facility in Staffordshire serves over 55,000 customers in 175 countries.

Martin Thomas, European Marketing Manager at Radwell said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won this award for the second year running and to be recognised again for our dedication to the customers we serve. As a company, we think locally as we do business globally and our innovative business strategy has enabled us to remain open during the pandemic as an essential business supporting manufacturers and food processors. To win this award again and to be recognised for our hard work and commitment is a privilege.”

 

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Five Automation Design Tips for the Future

Automation design and system integration: When designing automation for the future, consider open source, capital costs, evolution, multi-vendor capability and cybersecurity.

Great product design using automation and controls isn’t just about solving existing problems faster and cheaper than others. It’s about living in the future. Don’t just do a better version of the same thing. Ask where the industry is heading, ask customers where they want to go, and then design a product that can live in that future.

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Improving Machine Performance and Reliability with Predictive Maintenance

With more advanced predictive maintenance tools at their disposal, today’s maintenance and operations teams can improve efficiencies and minimize unplanned downtime.

Few other industrial environments can match the diverse and difficult operating conditions found across the food and beverage processing industries, which can have an adverse impact on the machinery used on the factory floor and also on overall productivity.

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What is Obsolescence in Manufacturing? Tips for Avoiding the Pitfalls

 

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Manufacturing Post COVID-19: Marching Toward Innovation

The COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally changed the way people live. Social distancing, face coverings, and remote working when possible are the new norms. Manufacturing, deemed an essential service, must forge on, finding new ways of working that balance the safety of workers with maintaining a production schedule to meet supply chain demands and sustain profits.

Manufacturers find themselves navigating the new normal of split team working, digital platforms, and remote working that can make worker connectivity and productivity challenging. There is a light at the end of the tunnel for manufacturers willing to embrace digital platforms and other technology designed to circumvent such issues.

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Four Supply Chain Challenges and Solutions

A supply chain is a network of individuals, businesses, organisations, resources, activities and technology involved in the production and sale of a product from establishment through to delivering the product to end users. Supply chain management is the oversight of all resources that go into the supply chain process.

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