Manufacturing Technology Disadvantages

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ABSTRACT This paper presents seeks to present gathered information concerning the investment in Manufacturing Technology. It also aims to illustrate how implementing the investment in Manufacturing Technology provides great benefits to the organizations that manage them correctly. However, when this process is not fulfilled in a proper way, it could generate the bankruptcy of a company. It is of this reasons that the implementation is considered a problem. The manufacturing technologies are also included to give a clear understanding of what Manufacturing technology is. Problems associated with manufacturing technology can also be found in this paper giving a detailed analysis on why implementing it can come with many disadvantages. Benefits…show more content…
Chuu[2] also provides a clear understanding of the concept of Manufacturing technology and does so in simple terms by defining it as any equipment or methodology that is part of the production system that allows the improvement in terms of costs, quality and flexibility. Manufacturing Technology provides tools that enable production of all manufactured goods. These master tools of industry magnify the effort of individual workers and give an industrial nation the power to turn raw materials into affordable, quality products necessary for today’s society. In more simple terms, advanced manufacturing technology makes modern life easy or rather possible. Production tools include and other related equipment manufacturing technology provides the tools that power a growing, stable economy and rising standard of living. These tools create the means to provide an effective national defense. They make possible modern communications, affordable agricultural products, efficient transportation, innovative medical procedures, space exploration and the everyday conveniences we take for…show more content…
It also involves the production and export of deciduous fruit; production of wines for the local and export market; confectionary manufacturing and export; and the processing of natural fibers from cotton, hemp, sisal, kenaf and pineapple. Automotive The automotive industry is one of most important sectors, with many of the major multinationals using other countries to source components and assemble vehicles for both the local and international markets. Chemicals The industry is the large. It is highly complex and widely diversified, with end- products often being composed of a number of chemicals that have been combined in some way. Information and Communication Industry The South African information and communication technologies (ICT) sector is the largest and most advanced, and is characterized by technology leadership, particularly in the field of mobile software and electronic banking services.
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