Action Wholesale Products Inc

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Action Wholesale Products Inc
Action Wholesale Products Inc is listed in the Shelving category in Tustin, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Action Wholesale Products Inc which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Action Wholesale Products Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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1200 Edinger Ave
Tustin, CA 92780
(909) 877-0458
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The photo below doesn't do the article justice. Click through to see this new development, the "super-strength operator," for factory workers's safety on the floor (and then sign us up for robot arms!)
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has arrived.


The same work-life benefits bringing women into #manufacturing jobs are things that will attract millennials, too. ow.ly/UANT30bfa9S

This post is primarily addressing the skills gap and keeping women in manufacturing positions. But, the job qualities listed, competitive pay and flexible scheduling, are the same things millennials are looking for.
Nearly three fourths (70%) of women indicate they would stay in manufacturing if they were to start their career today.


3D printing on a large scale will require factories to overhaul how they are designed to accommodate the machines. ow.ly/Ff5j30bd5ci

Large-scale 3D printing projects will require warehouses to overhaul how they design their facilities to accommodate both the machinery and the output.
Since last fall, engineers have been testing a 3D printer that builds horizontally, allowing for larger objects.


Could this automated small batch approach be the key to increasing Made in the USA? ow.ly/PhIP30baH0R

This could be one key to increasing the number of products made in the US. "Speed to market is attracting clients. Even though using Suuchi Inc. costs her customers about 20% more compared to manufacturers in China or India, the math works for small-batch production: 'by sourcing domestically, they get their orders faster and they save on shipping costs'."
Indian technologist Suuchi Ramesh paired tech expertise with entrepreneurial passion to launch a clothing startup aiming to make manufacturing faster and smarter.


Interesting look at the way #manufacturing companies like AGCO are using Google Glass on the factory floor. ow.ly/M1cq30aZB1C

Though Google Glass didn't have the type of retail success the company was hoping for, this use, on the manufacturing floor, is a sign of how "everyday tech" can be repurposed for commercial use.
When it was introduced a few years ago, Google Glass was labeled as the next big thing. But it flopped. Now, it's finding new uses with workers in manufacturing and other industries.


This is fascinating to watch! "After four years of tunneling, Seattleā€™s Bertha finally breaks through" via @WIRE ow.ly/TdTR30aVHKB