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这对企业仍然计划在恢复和超越期间投资其维护战略至关重要的是,特别是通过换算的推进。新的机会何英国政府已确认它已经获得了今年10月的贸易展览会的绿灯,这​​对行业来说是一个极为积极的发展,因为它将为制造商提供开始识别所需的技术和服务的机会第一手,帮助他们从Covid-19危机中恢复过来。第一次举行的活动之一将是两年一双年长的活动;Plant & Asset Management, Smart Industry Expo, Drives & Controls, Fluid Power & Systems, and Air-Tech Exhibitions, organised by DFA Media - publisher of Plant & Editor’s Comment Works Engineering magazine - which will be taking place between January 25th-27th 2021, alongside MACH. UK businesses are pivoting and seeking growth opportunities in new markets as they seek ways of overcoming the Covid-19 crisis, and it is clear that maintenance technologies and strategies, asset management, automation and digitalisation solutions, can no longer be regarded as ‘nice to have’, they will be central to many firms’ survival. Many of these technologies and solutions will be on show at Plant & Asset Management Exhibition and the co-location of events in January. During these unsettling times, it is easy to forget what we do best, and only if we continue to be outward looking to reflect the world-class innovation and manufacturing skills we possess, will the UK cope with the challenges post-Covid-19 and take advantage of the new opportunities. Therefore it is vital that businesses still plan to invest in their maintenance strategies during the recovery and beyond, especially with the advance of digitalisation. Continuing to be forward thinking is key by investing in effective processes, condition monitoring controls and skilled engineers, plant efficiency can be significantly enhanced through preventing shutdowns and the possibility of expensive downtime. As industry begins to recover from this extremely difficult period, we should remain optimistic about our future prospects. UK manufacturing can flourish if we look beyond our normal comfort zones and use the technologies and strategies that exist to help us identify these new opportunities. July/August 2020 www.www.glenn-cook.com Plant & Works Engineering | 0 3

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