Posted with permission from the Manufacturing Leadership Council, a Frost & Sullivan company.
While many western companies are struggling with M4.0, not only are our Chinese colleagues interested in it, they have already started building operational and people plans which are likely to move them to the center of the world manufacturing economy.The Chinese have a strong sense of urgency about industrial progress and are willing to work for it. So much so that the Chinese government has issued its own colossal version of M4.0 called “Made in China 2025.”
So, what is driving the emphasis on manufacturing growth in China? We took a look at the key drivers behind the “Made in China 2025” initiative.