Top 5 Plant Engineering articles, October 6-12: Leaders Under 40, safety and reliability, Schneider Electric acquisition, more
Articles about the 2014 Leaders Under 40, the relationship between safety and reliability, Schneider Electric’s planned acquisition of InStep Software, welding cells in manufacturing, and worker development were Plant Engineering’s five most-clicked articles from last week, October 6-12. Were you out last week? Miss something? You can catch up here.
Plant Engineering Top 5 most read articles online, for Oct. 6-12, covered the 2014 Leaders Under 40, the relationship between safety and reliability, Schneider Electric's planned acquisition of InStep Software, welding cells in manufacturing, and worker development. Link to each article below.
1. 2014 Engineering Leaders Under 40
Control Engineering and Plant Engineering announce the 2014 Engineering Leaders Under 40. The Leaders each have a story to tell about their path into manufacturing. Read about them here.
2. Analyzing the relationship between safety and reliability: Q&A Session Webcast
Q&A session with presenter Shon Isenhour, CMRP, Eruditio and The Institute at Patriot's Point.
3. Schneider Electric to acquire InStep Software
Predictive analytics firm to become part of expanding global software offering.
4. Welding cells adapting to manufacturing changes
Flexible and modular equipment can maximize equipment's useful life.
5. Worker development can focus on partners and employees
Smart business leaders know that to build a successful global organization, you must devote time, resources and capital into developing high-quality products and innovative solutions.
The list was developed using CFE Media's web analytics for stories viewed on plantengineering.com, October 6-12, for articles published within the last two months.
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