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Advanced manufacturing: 3 priorities for industry and government leaders

The best advanced manufacturing technologies and solutions put people at the centre. Pictured here: Man operates the contractor line at Rockwell plant:

The best advanced manufacturing technologies and solutions put people at the centre. Image: Rockwell

Revathi Advaithi
Chief Executive Officer, Flex
Blake Moret
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Rockwell Automation
Felipe Bezamat
Head of Advanced Manufacturing Industry, World Economic Forum Geneva
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