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Towards Competitive Sustainable Manufacturing

  • Francesco Jovane
  • Engelbert Westkämper
  • David Williams

Abstract

Competitive sustainable manufacturing is the fundamental enabler of the transition from economic to sustainable development (figure 2.1). It requires transformation of manufacturing industry towards K-based, High-Value, Competitive, Sustainable Products and Services, Processes and Business Models (PS&PR&BM).

Keywords

Business Model World Market Sustainable Product Strategic Objective Life Cycle Management 
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  • Francesco Jovane
    • Engelbert Westkämper
      • David Williams

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