MAP Roundtable Smart Industry Tillsonburg

The Town of Tillsonburg hosted together a roundtable around Smart Industry and Industry 4.0 with MAP Canada. We discussed what the impact of Smart Industry would be and how Information Technology can help in becoming world class manufacturing companies. This peer group of companies will meet regularly to discuss the implementation of the Industry 4.0 principles and […]

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Tilburg organizes Smart Industry Event in collaboration with MAP

On the 18th of October 2016, the City of Tilburg (The Netherlands) organizes a Smart Industry Event in collaboration with MAP.

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MAP will build Masterplan for Ekurhuleni, South Africa

MAP is building a masterplan together with other stakeholders for Ekurhuleni to become the number one Manufacturing Hub of Africa.

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Royal Guard starts with MAP Canada

Recently, the Canadian company Royal Guard decided to start with MAP Canada. With MAP, Royal Guard gets support to reinforce its profitability and competitive power.

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Opening Fieldlab on Hannover Messe with MAP-founder Isah

On the 25th of April, Dutch Prime Minister Rutte opened a new Fieldlab: the Smart Connected Supplier Network Fieldlab.

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Leading manufacturing programme from MAP™ enables EVAPCO to optimise workflow processes and increase productivity

Faced with numerous challenges of extracting and amalgamating enormous amounts of information scattered across numerous spreadsheets, streamlining business processes, particularly in the factory was a priority for EVAPCO, an industry leader in the engineering and manufacturing of quality heat transfer products around the world. EVAPCO therefore commissioned MAP™ to provide them with a Core Manufacturing […]

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Google Glass Project helps SA manufacturing companies to become ready for the future

The manufacturing industry is evolving constantly and development takes place at a rapid pace in a fast-changing global market. Smart Industry is the new standard and current trends include re-shoring, mass customisation, mobility, drone delivery and supply chain integration. The Manufacturing Accelerator Programme (MAP™) helps manufacturing companies around the world to become ready for the […]

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Successful round table about supplier development opportunities for Dutch companies in South Africa

As an integral part of the Netherlands Economic Trade Mission, the Manufacturing Accelerator Programme (MAP™) hosted a round table at the House of The Future at Turbine Hall in Newtown for executive officers of State Owned Companies, Dutch companies in SA and selected representatives of the visiting Dutch delegation to accelerate localisation. The initiative, held […]

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Manufacturing Accelerator Programme (MAP™) arranged second Match Making Mission to The Netherlands

The Netherlands Enterprise Agency and the Manufacturing Accelerator Programme (MAP™) arranged their second Dutch Government sponsored trade mission to The Netherlands in November last year. MAP™ aims to reinforce the profitability and competitive power of South African manufacturers in a sustainable way; to ensure they are export-ready and to facilitate the creation of lasting international […]

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MAP™ signs Memoranda of Agreement and Trade Agreements with IDSA and Transnet in the presence of Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte

As an integral part of the Netherlands Economic Trade Mission to South Africa, MAPTM hosted a round table on Tuesday, 17 November at the House of the Future for stakeholders from South Africa and the Netherlands to accelerate localisation and to discuss new trade opportunities and possibilities for collaboration. Afterwards, MAPTM signed trade agreements with ISDA and Transnet, in the presence of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte. The purpose of the Memoranda of Agreement is to work towards the common objective of promoting and developing companies to act as industrial suppliers to State Owned Companies (SOCs) in South Africa.

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