Topic: Operations management

THE BOTTOM LINE: Best Practices for Introducing Single-Use Processing Equipment to Your Aseptic Manufacturing Line

About ‘The Bottom Line’: Equipment that improves plant efficiency is playing an increasingly important role in profitability for processing operations. In this recurring series, Triangle Process Equipment presents advice to help manufacturers realize cost-effective equipment investments. Single-use processing equipment is shown to drive efficiency, lower maintenance costs, reduce cross-contamination concerns and improve speed-to-market for pharmaceutical… Read more »

THE BOTTOM LINE: Reduce Maintenance Costs To Increase Profitability

About ‘The Bottom Line’ Equipment that improves plant efficiency is playing an increasingly important role in profitability for processing operations. In this recurring series, Triangle Process Equipment presents advice to help manufacturers realize cost-effective equipment investments. Maintenance requirements can significantly impact profitability, and therefore should be a top consideration when purchasing new equipment. When establishing… Read more »

THE BOTTOM LINE: How Smart Equipment Purchasing Strategies Pay Off

Processing equipment that improves plant efficiency is playing an increasingly important role in profitability for food manufacturers. Beginning with this edition of the newsletter, Triangle Process Equipment will regularly present advice in “The Bottom Line” aimed at helping food processors realize cost-effective equipment investments. Our first topic: the importance of consultation. Long before research begins for equipment replacement, discriminating food… Read more »

Driven by Strong Manufacturing Market, Demand for Additional Manufacturing Space Is on the Rise

According to several recent reports, manufacturing companies are continuing to reinforce their operations, with demand for U.S. manufacturing space expected to increase this year. Businesses Are Ready to Invest in the U.S. CMD, a North American provider of construction data, projected earlier this spring that construction starts in the United States would increase 10.5 percent in the… Read more »