Cogs Keep Turning

We often think about the industrial business world as being a place for old and outdated ideas. However, lately, this has been proven incorrect. Indeed, if you want to find innovation, you need only look in some of the major factories and producing businesses across the country. There are startling developments here that you wouldn’t believe. To show you what we mean, lets explore some of the ways that the industrial world is building towards the future.

Going Green

Let’s start by thinking about environmentally friendly possibilities in the business world. You might think that offices are becoming more ecofriendly than factories however that is not the case. Indeed, many businesses are moving towards the future and investing in machinery that doesn’t use as much energy through the working day. There are plenty of developers that are working on machines for everything from manufacturing to chemical refineries that use less energy, and industrial business owners are becoming keen to invest.

You may also be interested to learn that a lot of industrial businesses have made giant leaps towards committing to renewable power. This is particularly true in certain parts of the world like Denmark where wind energy is becoming a prominent source of electricity for industrial businesses.

Staying Connected

Of course, it’s not just about a reduction in energy costs, it’s how that energy is being used. When you think of an industrial business, you probably don’t picture a place that is tech orientated, but if you actually visited a factory it might surprise you. Indeed, business owners in this industry are investing in everything from computer networks to cloud servers and mobile tech devices like tablets. Why is this?

In the industrial world, servers like this allow for every part of a business to be connected from the supply to the production and the sales. Key individuals are able to check stock management, view the inventory and make sure that orders are scheduled appropriately without the need for a manual check. This can be very useful in a business setting where everything has to move at a rapid rate.


You might have heard a lot about automation lately, however, this tends to be related directly to cars and vehicles. You may not be aware that automation is also happening in factories. Indeed, many businesses have been able to reduce their number of staff due to automated systems like SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition). As well as making a business more efficient systems like this are making things easier for business owners and avoid the impact of human error completely.

Going Global

Last but not least, we need to think about the positioning of industrial businesses like manufacturers. Manufacturing is not the dead industry that many people think. In fact, it accounts for fourteen percent of employment nationally. One of the reasons for this is that manufacturing is going global. When products are made it is not for a local or even a national customer base but rather the products will be sold internationally. This is one of the greatest changes in the industrial world today. These businesses are no longer localised and can be major players on the world stage.

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I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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