NuTec Tooling Systems, Inc. has announced the release of their annually-planned Industrial Automation Impact Survey. The survey is intended for managers and operators to benchmark the extent to which automation has influenced production, purchasing habits, cost controls, and future strategies. According to NuTec President, Brian Deane, the survey gives people an opportunity to evaluate their use of automation as whole across their organization. Deane elaborated, “We hope this will give people in our industry a chance to take a step back and evaluate the real value of automation to their company.” Ron Mattocks, who oversees NuTec’s marketing, explained that the survey is broken down into several short sections covering current and planned use of industrial automation solutions. The Automation Impact Survey is open until November 30th and results will be available in December once all the data has been analyzed. Those interested in participating can go to the following URL: http://bit.ly/AutomationImpactSurvey Started over 30 years ago, NuTec Tooling Systems, Inc. designs and builds factory automation solutions and industrial robotics for contract manufacturers and manufacturers of complex components. NuTec specializes in factory automation solutions for industries such as: medical, small electronics/devices, electro-mechanical automation, energy storage, consumer products, and more.
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