Nick Davis, Industry 4.0 Leader, Deloitte UK
Geoff Hurst, Senior Manager, Automotive Consultant
Michael Wright, Director
Defining aftermarket services can vary widely between businesses. Broadly speaking, however, it encompasses the repair, maintenance and upgrade services provided to clients following the sale of a primary product.
In this episode Nick, Michael and Geoff discuss the opportunities for manufacturers in the world of aftermarket and share practical examples to take inspiration from.
Smart energy management for industrials
Energy management is becoming a growing component of business strategy. Industrial companies are looking more closely at their energy profiles to identify opportunities for cost reduction, decarbonisation and resilience. In this episode, our energy and industrial leaders, Jim and Paul, discuss converging trends that will likely accelerate industrial companies’ adoption of energy management solutions and potentially boost their interaction with electric utilities and the grid.
Access the related report: Smart energy management for industrials: An ecosystem approach to reduce energy costs and achieve ESG goals.
The Future of Work
In this episode, we explore the Future of Work and the people dimension of smart manufacturing. We discuss examples of how humans and machines are working effectively together, and what manufacturers need to consider as they plan for the future, in a post- COVID-19 world. Your host Nick Davis, UK Industry 4.0 Leader at Deloitte is joined by returning guest Janet Godsell, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Strategy, Warwick Manufacturing Group, and Bruce Finch, Industrials Human Capital expert at Deloitte.
2021 Aerospace and Defense Industry Outlook
Paul Wellener – vice chairman, US Industrial Products & Construction leader, Deloitte LLP
Robin Lineberger – US & Global Aerospace & Defense leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP
The commercial aerospace industry could remain challenged, while the defence sector is expected to be stable in 2021 after a difficult year in 2020. In this episode, Paul and Robin discuss the six trends that companies in the aerospace and defence industry can expect in the year ahead.
Read the report: 2021 Aerospace and Defense Industry Outlook
2021 manufacturing industry outlook
2020 has been a year like no other in recent history, and the US manufacturing industry has felt the impact. Along with declines in production, forced shutdowns in the early days of the pandemic caused a significant dip in manufacturing employment levels. In this episode, Stanley and Paul discuss four trends for the year ahead that may impact the industry in the year ahead.
Read the report: 2021 manufacturing industry outlook
2021 engineering and construction industry outlook
The US engineering and construction industry began 2020 on a bright note—and then COVID-19 hit. Despite the challenges that have resulted, there are reasons to be optimistic. In this episode, Paul and Michelle discuss five engineering and construction industry trends that will impact the coming year, from connected construction to new business models.
Read the report: 2021 engineering and construction industry outlook