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March 10, 2014 - The awakening of the french timber industry
With ecological assets and large resources, the timber industry is yet discreet on the French territory. However, France has the third largest forest area in Europe, but registers a chronic deficit in the timber industry for over fifteen years. We propose you an overview on the potential of an untapped sector. (...) Furnitures, flooring and logging, paper… The wood industry, however, is not without resources. As a matter of fact, wood processing has made Scandinavian countries such as Sweden and Finland central pillars of this sector and rank first in the industry of wood processing.
March 5, 2014 - What are the consequences of the automation of the industry?
You may already have heard about it, in the XVIII century Europe made its industrial revolution, but today the entire world is attending to its own numerical revolution, which is is not without consequence for the labour market. Assembly line work is disappearing little by little to make make room for forthcoming production lines that are meant to replace men in the production process. (...) Indeed the systematic automatisation of production processes has become normal as industrial machines become more and more flexible and effective, especially since the CNC (computer numerical command) was introduced on the machinery market.
March 3rd, 2014 - Those new innovative packagings that challenge manufacturers
Nowadays it is pretty hard to step up from other manufacturers as an infinite choice of products is already to be found on the market. Offering original and innovative products isn’t enough anymore to attract consumers as the new technologies keep on evolving, and so do the products we use everyday. Therefore it is important to focus on the packaging in order to attract the attention of the consumers. (...)There is an aggressive competition in the luxury products sector as the benefits made are reaching record high amounts of money.