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U.S. Manufacturing Facing Global Competition by  Arthur (editor) Gerstenfeld - Paperback - 1988 - from Charity Bookstall and Biblio.com

U.S. Manufacturing Facing Global Competition

by Gerstenfeld, Arthur (editor)

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Worcester, Massachusetts: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1988. 101 bright, white pages with some black and white charts. Minor edgewear and light crease on front cover. Contents include: The New Manufacturing Competitive Environment: The Challenge of Changing Old Mindsets; The Factory of the Future, Its Technology and Workforce; Japanese Industrial Approach; Competition from Western Europe; Computer Integrated Manufacturing: Technological Promises vs. Management Realities; The Future of Industrial Robots; Artificial Intelligence and Manufacturing. Thanks for shopping with us. 100% of your purchase benefits charity and supports literacy and life-long learning.. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.




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