Obsolescence in manufacturing – top 7 tips for avoiding the pitfalls

Published:  21 October, 2020

Obsolescence is an unavoidable part of any manufacturing environment but nearly 70% of companies faced with obsolescence admit they do not know when vital equipment will require repairing, replacing or upgrading. Manufacturers that hope to avoid the pitfalls of obsolescence need to focus on several crucial points as part of an obsolescence strategy and in the current climate, it is more important than ever to manage risk. RADWELL INTERNATIONAL’S team of experts can help businesses to proactively manage obsolescence by assessing installed parts and developing a strategy for mitigating and ultimately eliminating risk. Read the top 7 Tips here for more advice.

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