Manufacturing Industries Served

WHO WE HELP

From the simplest industrial processes
to the most advanced technologies

From sheet metal fabrication to CNC operations to casting and forging to contract manufacturing to food growers — xTuple customers rely on software tools to manage operations, streamline supply chain processes and grow their business profitably. To succeed in today's (and tomorrow's) marketplace, you have to work smarter than your competition.

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Focus Areas for Manufacturers

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Metalforming matters

  • $137-billion — that’s the metalforming industry in North America — the industry that creates precision metal products using stamping, fabricating, spinning, slide forming and roll forming technologies, and other value-added processes.
    Source: Precision Metalforming Association (PMA)


Composites compete with traditional steel and aluminum materials for market share

U.S. manufacturers are eyeing markets in China and Europe

  • The global composites market is expected to reach $130.8 billion by 2024 and expand at a compound annual growth rate of 7.8%. The industry comprises a vast range of raw materials and end use products: glass fiber, carbon fiber, fiber-reinforced polymer and associated systems used in infrastructure, thermoplastics used in automotive.
    Source: American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA)


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Heal the world. Fuel the world. Feed the World.

Biotechnology (manufacturing technology and products based on biology) help improve our lives and the health of our planet.

  • Biological processes — some used more than 6,000 years — gave us food products, such as bread and cheese. Today: Biotech gives us new healthcare products and biofuels from renewable biomass to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions; and farmers use agricultural biotech to increase yields, prevent damage from insects and pests and reduce farming's impact on the environment.
    Source: Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO)


Unique needs of the Food and Beverage industry

Food and beverage processors, as well as their suppliers and packagers, share plenty of challenges above and beyond industrial or equipment manufacturers.
Whether snack food or shellfish, private label or big brand, consumer or animal nutrition, single-serve or bulk delivery, ingredient or end-user products, nutraceutical or supplement, fresh, frozen, or shelf-stable, F&B companies all share the same key performance indicators:
  • Improving on operational efficiencies
  • Producing more — for themselves and customers
  • Growing their businesses and their bottom line
  • Connecting with customers, suppliers, other resources
  • Employing manufacturing solutions for all links in the supply chain
  • Achieving — and documenting — the highest degree of food safety compliance
Source: Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA)
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Motor vehicle supply industry contributes nearly $435 billion or 2.4% of total U.S. GDP

  • Manufacturers of motor vehicle components and systems for the original equipment and aftermarket segments of the light vehicle and heavy-duty industries are big business. Suppliers provide over two-thirds of the value of a new vehicle and more than 871,000 jobs are directly supported by the motor vehicle supply industry
    Source: Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA)


Standardization of electrical equipment delivers safe, effective, and compatible products

  • U.S. electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers account for 360,000 American jobs in more than 7,000 facilities covering every state. These industries produce $106 billion in shipments and $36 billion in exports of electrical equipment and medical imaging technologies per year.
    Source: National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)


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