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SMART FACTORIES

How to tool up for the future: EDB offers help, free workshops

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Lim Kok Kiang (far left), assistant MD of EDB says the move is part of efforts to enhance the competitiveness of Singapore's manufacturing sector. With him are (from left) Chng Kai Fong, MD, EDB; Dr Andreas Hauser, director digital service, TUV SUD; and Jackie Tan, senior consultant, TUV SUD.

Singapore

A NEW set of guidelines has been launched to help manufacturers here build smart factories of the future and take advantage of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0.

The Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), in partnership with German manufacturing firm

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