Planning for Factory Automation: A Management Guide to World-class Manufacturing
This book combines automation and planning in a single, integrated approach. It is concisely written, providing non-technical manufacturing executives with an overview of all the information they need to help plan the modernization of their manufacturing enterprise.
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