Manufacturing Megatrends

Want to know what the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade from Viet Nam has to say about the importance of his country automating manufacturing?

Would you like to learn what a packaging machinery maker is doing to offer a greener machine? Or how about reading an interview on what makes a design engineer creative or innovative?

Just fire up your favorite browser and type in www.manufacturingmegatrends.com, a new Web site produced by three separate publishing companies, Summit Media (Automation World), Summit Publishing (Packaging World) and WTWH Media (Design World).

Developed with unprecedented cooperation in the publishing community, the new site will feature design, engineering, automation and packaging content supplied by editors and contributors feeding one common site, making your searches easier and faster.

Managing Editor Marty Weil will scour the globe, collect and offer up daily news on training and education, business and industry, as well as finance and economics—all as it relates to manufacturing and automation. Marty is an award-winning freelance journalist, media consultant and blogger. During the past 20 years, he has written more than 350 magazine feature articles for dozens of leading journals. His skill and experience make him the perfect gatekeeper for Manufacturing Megatrends.

Blogger Keith Campbell, OnTheEdgeBlog.com, will conduct regular interviews with the personalities who are driving innovation throughout the manufacturing sector—around the world.

The best content each month will also be e-mailed to each magazine’s readers, illustrating for that community what their peers in other industries are doing to automate and innovate their manufacturing processes.

Spokesman Dan Throne, of sponsor Bosch Rexroth, says, “We’re excited to have the opportunity to help these three independent publishers band together to offer the manufacturing community one place on the Web to satisfy their information needs.”

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