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When the virus pushed South East Asia’s manufacturing chain into pandemonium, enterprises in all sizes struggle to support production capabilities. Bringing production back is a persisting matter, but this pandemic could serve to make it a priority. International Metalworking News for Asia’s June issue features technical boosters in the form of articles poised to enter into an innovation phase that will help develop new approaches to combat the disruptions in manufacturing and business caused by coronavirus. Marketplace has taken on an unprecedented level of significance nowadays due to the coronavirus outbreak that rocked the world. The Company Profile section features ORDERFOX.com, a leading Marketplace for over 19,000 buyers and CNC manufacturers, ofering fast, simple and cost-effectivesolution to ward offthe consequences of the coronavirus and other crises. Manufacturers have always used technology not only to further enhance the production process, but to also use it as a bridge to be closer to the customers. Viewpoints highlights an interview with Mr. Chong Chee Ter, Managing Director of TRUMPF Asia Pacific as he shares how the company is acting to protect their employees and customers, and prepare for the world beyond coronavirus. To help customers remain productive while working from home, Software & Control underlines Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division and its range of free offlinlicensing and remote access options designed to enable efficienhome working for manufacturing professionals facing new productivity challenges during the COVID-19 outbreak. Manufacturing facilities in South East Asia must diversify to have consistency and maintain a robust supply chain. Our region is not vulnerable to natural disasters, and we have the capability to change things around when needed.

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