Livestream: Innovation & economy stimulate reshoring

 

Livestream: Innovation & economy stimulate reshoring

Recent times have made it clear that our dependence on low-wage countries is high. Being able to operate independently of these production countries has thus become a topic of discussion. More and more Dutch producers have started to bring their production back to the Netherlands in recent years, something we call reshoring. An important development that contributes to a better environment, an inclusive society and a reliable supply of high quality products.

But why is there still so much production abroad? How can we shorten the chains and how do you organize production in the Netherlands? On December 3 we spoke about it during the NHNEXT livestream with Thijs Pennink, Hans Totté, Peter Hobbelen and Marjolijn Dölle.

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Recording: Innovation & economy stimulate reshoring

Expensive: 4:04 PM

Organization: NHNNext.nl

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Livestream: Innovation & economy stimulate reshoring

Recent times have made it clear that our dependence on low-wage countries is high. Being able to operate independently of these production countries has thus become a topic of discussion.

But why is there so much production abroad? How can we shorten the chains and how do you organize production in the Netherlands? We talk about it during this NHNEXT livestream with Thijs Pennink, Hans Totté, Peter Hobbelen and Marjolijn Dölle.

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Total Productivity invents and builds production systems.
Due to continued growth, we are looking for a:
Service engineer / maintenance engineer
Responsible for preventive and corrective maintenance of production systems developed by us at home and abroad.

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