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Ball screw support bearings: Just bolt them on
Machine builders like them: ready-to- install, complete bearing solutions for ball screw supports. What has been available for large spindles and high load ratings for a long time, we have now customized for our customers in the electronicsmanufacturingindustry: easy-to-mount bearing supports with low friction torques and high accuracy. Angular contact radial ball bearing units ZKLR are supplied for shaft diameters ranging from to 20 mm. The benefit: Just bolt them on – fewer components, less time, fewer mounting errors. Other advantages are the small space requirements and the generous grease reservoir for lifetime lubrication.
Wil Ly Teo, Multimedia University, Melaka, Malaysia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Research indicates that information technology (IT) governance is attracting enormous attention from practitioners and academics. This is fueled by the growing importance of IT governance in the delivery of IT compliance and in its ability to create value for businesses. IT compliance minimizes risk while IT governance manages risks. This paper is a preliminary report on an electronic survey of 33 firms operating in Malaysian electronicsindustry. Three key frameworks underpinned the conceptual development in this paper. The findings indicate that IT governance is important to profit- and growth- oriented organisations in terms of cost efficiency, growth, asset utilisation and business flexibility. Organisations realise the benefits of IT governance but unfamiliar with the IT frameworks. Additional implications of these findings to the electronicsmanufacturingindustry and policy makers in Malaysia are presented.
Organizations have started to realize that it is vital to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the organizational performance and supply chain simultaneously. However, only few manufacturing firms have obtained significant benefits by effectively utilizing supply chain management practices. Therefore, it is still not clear how supply chain management can be applied to enhance and improve the performance of the supply chain. Consequently, the purpose of this research is to investigate the effect of five different factors in supply chain on its performance. This research studies the relationship between the selected variables (i.e. quality, time, information, flexibility, and integration) and supply chain management performance. Respondents of a questionnaire from the electronicsmanufacturingindustry in Malaysia show that information sharing is proven to be the most affecting factor which influence supply chain performance. The study shows that managing information will be the most beneficial factor in improving SCM performance.
Malaysian E&E manufacturingindustry is very competitive, where suppliers continuously make efforts to out-do each other’s. Due to this nature of aggressive competition, it is becoming more difficult for suppliers to differentiate themselves from competitions solely on the basis of product differentiation, such as product quality. Although product quality is still important, the marketing emphasis is gradually shifting towards developing unique relationships with customers, where the relationships are not easily imitated by competitors Managers in the supplier firms should manage the marketing emphasis shift efficiently by utilizing the influences of product quality, and relational elements, namely trust, cooperation, and communication, on customer loyalty complementary. When applying the approach involving influences of relational elements (trust, cooperation, and communication), on customer loyalty, managers in supplier firms should take cautions, because not all the relational elements influence customer loyalty in the same ways. As established in this study, only cooperation can influence customer loyalty both directly and indirectly with the presence of partial mediating effect of commitment. In contrast, trust and communication have no effect on customer loyalty directly. They can only influence customer loyalty with the presence of full mediation effect of commitment. Managers in the supplier firms are recommended to adopt the influences of relational elements wisely to maximize their efforts in establishing commitment, and customer loyalty with customers.
First India-Japan Joint Working Group Meeting: Nov 13, 2013
Marking a new beginning to the relationship between Indian and Japan, in the electronics sector, the First Joint Working Group (JWG) meeting was convened between India and Japan on Nov. 13, 2013 at New Delhi. The meeting was co-Chaired by Dr. Ajay Kumar, JS, DeitY from Indian side and Mr. Kensuke Tomita, DDG, METI from the Japanese side. Three different sessions, Industry to Industry, Government to Industry and Government to Government were conducted during the JWG to sort-out various hindrances and decide on future road-map for the benefit of electronicsmanufacturingindustry.
Most applications of wireless technologies today involve the use of RFID devices for material handling in distribution warehouses, moving inventory, cycle counting, shipping and receiving, and direct store delivery programs. Retail and consumer products companies with vast supplier and distribution networks have led the charge. Mainstream manufacturing is still in the early stage of adoption. Typical requirements for wireless in supply chain logistics management are:
• The main objectives for establishing OIZs are promoting industry in less developed regions, eliminating the use of agricultural land for industry, enabling relationships among industries to grow easily including ones that are complementary and encourage each other’s growth and creating the increase in profits these synergies provide. • Investors operating in OIZs can benefit from advantages such as exemption from VAT in land acquisitions, exemption from real estate duty for five years starting from the construction of a plant and exemption from the municipality tax for construction and usage of a plant.
The purpose of the Directive is to achieve integrated prevention and control of pollution arising from the activities listed in its Annex I, leading to a high level of protection of the environment as a whole. The legal basis of the Directive relates to environmental protection. Its implementation should also take account of other Community objectives such as the competitiveness of the Community’s industry thereby contributing to sustainable development. More specifically, it provides for a permitting system for certain categories of industrial installations requiring both operators and regulators to take an integrated, overall look at the polluting and consuming potential of the installation. The overall aim of such an integrated approach must be to improve the management and control of industrial processes so as to ensure a high level of protection for the environment as a whole. Central to this approach is the general principle given in Article 3 that operators should take all appropriate preventative measures against pollution, in particular through the application of best available techniques enabling them to improve their environmental performance.
Line in manufacturing is a set of sequential operations or work established in a factory where the flows of materials are put through from start process produce to end of product. Balancing mean the procedure of adjusting the times at work centers to conform as much as possible to the required cycle time. The balance process has equal processing times at each workstation. Balanced process also is only appropriate in a paced line.
Anani: Yes. I actually had a chance to look at what Cybord was doing today, I was quite intrigued by the methodology, and the artificial intelligence they are deploy- ing to solve the counterfeit parts problem. I think it’s something that I intend to look into further. I’m quite interested in what Cybord can bring to the table because the problem, as Zac described it, is becoming more and more difficult to detect through classical statistical methods, as we know. Here we have a situation where you have a machine that’s already taken pictures of our parts for the purpose of aligning them, and making sure the part is dimensionally correct, and will be orient- ed correctly on the board, and someone is saying, “Oh, there’s so much information available here. We can use it for other means.” So that’s really where this AI and Industry 4.0 is going–leveraging the huge amount of data that is already available, to better improve efficiencies and quality.
Electronicsindustry includes the manufacture of passive components (resistors, capacitors, and inductors), semiconductor components (discrete, integrated circuits), printed circuit boards (single and multilayer boards) and printed wiring assemblies.
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Westinghouse Canada Inc. employs ovei5800 people in its various manufacturing plants, service and repair centres, and sales locations across Canada and abroad.
Our third example of electrical pioneering is Aluminum Company of Canada Limited (Alcan). Here we have a company deeply engaged as a manufacturer of wire and cable and as a very large producer and consumer of electricity. From company bulletins, dated 1964 and later, we quote: (indentation here)The water resources of the Province of Quebec first attracted the pioneers of the aluminum industry at the turn of the century, then led the province to become one of the great light-metals-producing centres of the world. In 1900, because of the development on the St. Maurice River, Alcan’s first powerhouse and aluminum smelter was established at Shawinigan. As the market for aluminum developed, it became apparent that the available capacity of the St. Maurice system was insufficient to satisfy the growing needs for the metal and other industries which had followed Alcan in establishing plants in Shawinigan.
Finance industry is going through a massive transition [Figure 1] because of fierce competition and the global crisis, and becoming far more cautious about generating revenue using complex and highly leveraged derivatives, whether mortgage- or security-based. The industry as a whole has also become far more risk averse when lending for mortgages or commercial purposes. Enhancing performance today is a serious challenge because finance institutions have expanded offerings to include insurance, mutual funds, and trading products in addition to traditional loans and credit cards. Furthermore, the market also faces increased competition from new lenders in the form of retail operations and insurance companies that have themselves become lending institutions.
significant and are joining a richer mix of organizational forms … [They] … are an increasingly small part of a landscape that features a wide variety of market and network forms’’ (ibid.: 353).
Langlois’ predictive statements have raised strong opposition, culmi- nating in a revisionist literature that I will review below. Take the late Keith Pavitt who, referring explicitly to the above paper of Langlois, has argued that ‘‘[t]he Visible hand of manufacturing will not become invisible …, but continue to exploit economies of physical scale, speed, and scope’’ (Pavitt, 2003a: 88). But Langlois’ core argument that less coordination is required through corporate management, has been highly successful in shaping debates on modularity. At the same time, there is a tendency to assume that this will also erode entry barriers, and hence will undermine existing oligopolistic market structures. Two role models are mentioned in the literature: US-based global providers of electronic manufacturing services (EMS) which for Sturgeon (2002) represent a ‘‘new American model of industrial organization’’; and Silicon Valley-style innovative start-up companies that focus on high-margin market segments, attract ample venture capital funding, and hence grow rapidly beyond their initial small size (e.g. Arora et al., 1997).
Meanwhile, productivity improvement well defined if we relate it with activity that performed by cross-functional project team such as production of engineers, maintenance personnel and also operators. On the other hands, productivity improvement also means a basic measure of performance for economies, industries, firms and processes. It is difficult in determining the problem in increasing productivity of manufacturing. If they conduct properly how they manage their management, by applying all the tools and techniques in company, it will enhance their productivity as well.
Much research has been conducted on LIFO and the energy industry (e.g. Guenther and Sansing 2012, Coffee, et. all. 2009, Moreland 2007, Lessard 2007). More recently, Murdoch, Dehning and Krause (2013) find that the LIFO earnings is superior to FIFO earnings for predicting operating cash flows especially for the manufacturing and services industries among the 10 industries examined. However, Research on the impact of LIFO on the manufacturingindustry is still limited. Our study fills this gap.
Ethernet Built for Buildings
Because of Ethernet’s popularity in intelligent buildings, Contemporary Controls designed the CTRLink line of Ethernet managed and unmanaged switches, media converters, PoE injectors and splitters and IP routers that meet the unique requirements of the building automation industry. You have all the building blocks needed to get your device up on the Internet economically. All products can be powered from 24 VAC/VDC Class 2 circuits. DIN-rail or panel mounting options exist. Data rates as high as 1000 Mbps are supported. Cabling options include copper, single-mode and multimode fibre.
The perfect valve combination for dynamic vacuum control with only three connections: vacuum, pressure, suction gripper. Extremely compact, and also available as a complete, integrated solution on a circuit board with valve, sub-base, sensors and control electronics.