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Road to ADMA’s final event: SORI

Sori, a French manufacturer of tool storage trolleys employing 48 highly skilled employees, was able to reduce the production throughput time for welding one box down from 7 minutes to less than 2. The assembly of a full cabinet used to take 25 minutes. Today, it takes 7 minutes. Not impressive enough for you? Already […]

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Technogaja, an innovative SME from Lithuania, shares with us their impression about the ADMA pilot!

Technogaja is an innovative company from Lithuania providing air filtering equipments. They are down-to-earth, approachable and fun, and thanks to their “team-spirit” they break down barriers and engage equally effectively towards big and small projects. Read more below about their experience in the ADMA pilot! What are the main positive and negative aspects of the ADMA […]

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InTechCentras is the best ADMA SO of Q4 2020!

Their director Audrius Jasėnas and their Innovation Expert Marius Kvedaravičius answered our questions. What work have you carried out with SMEs so far? The Technology Center “Intechcentras” is established by the Lithuanian Engineering Industry Association LINPRA. The mission of the Center is to help SMEs and large industrial enterprises increase digital maturity and at the […]

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ADMA 2020 stats

As 2020 comes to an end, we have created this presentation to showcase the work that’s been done so far through some numbers. Download it and don’t hesitate to contact us should you wish to receive any more information. The ADMA team wishes you a happy end of year, and we look forward to continuing […]

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QRM projects pay off at ETAP

ETAP, manufacturer and supplier of professional lighting solutions, managed to achieve great results in a short period of time by implementing QRM in various departments – i.e. production, as well as development and sales. ETAP in Malle manufactures energy-efficient, flexible and comfortable lighting solutions for professional environments, from office buildings and hospitals to educational institutions and […]

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Data and Customer pains at the core of ADMA’s “Servitization for Manufacturing SMEs” Learning Network event

On November, 18th 2020 more than 20 professionals from Spain, Denmark, Poland, Slovenia, Netherlands and Belgium gathered around the theme of Servitization. The ADMA team prepared an agenda consisting of 2 keynotes and 3 company use cases. Panel of experts: Prof. Dr. Wim Coreynen (Amsterdam & Utrecht University) Dr. Ir. Pieter Beyl (Sirris Technology Center) […]

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Escubedo, the Spanish SME exporting automotive, appliance and electronic products to over 45 countries

Escubedo is a global organisation with its head offices in Catalonia (Spain) specialised in the creation of ultra-reliable connection systems. After completing the ADMA long scan, their CEO, Jordi Escubedo, answered the questions of the interview below: Did you complete the ADMA quick and long scans? I completed the long scan directly. What are the main positive and negative aspects of […]

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ADMA advisor trainings go virtual

In 2019, a total of 50 ADMA advisors followed a 2-day training event organised at different locations. Feedback from both live trainings was very positive: Score (scale 1 – 5) Eindhoven (Netherlands) Darmstadt (Germany) Overall satisfaction with the training 4,9 4,6 Content of the training 4,9 4,5 Company visit Day 2 4,6 4,0 Social events […]

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ADMA’s new Learning Network Events

Even in difficult Covid-19 times, two more ADMA Learning Network events enabled 40 manufacturing professionals to keep learning from each On October 14th 2020, the Łukasiewicz Institute PIAP organised the first Polish online ADMA Learning Network Event (LNE). The session engaged 23 people, representing a total of 12 end users, solution providers and manufacturing SME’s. […]

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