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Kunststoffe international 2015/10

Customer Benefit that Is Hard to Imitate

Toolmaking as a Smart Service for the Plastics Processing Industry

Customer Benefit that Is Hard to Imitate

Competitors from low-wage countries have a growing technological competence and force German tool manufacturers to revise their current range of products and services. To prevail in an international competitive environment, they must develop from pure tool manufacturers into "full service" suppliers and knowledge managers throughout the tool lifecycle. This means tapping the available potential of digitization and employing smart services to generate a difficult-to-imitate benefit for their customers in the plastics processing industry.

Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Boos, MBA; Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt. Ing. Martin Pitsch; Thomas Kuhlmann, M.Sc.; Christoph Kelzenberg, M.Sc.

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