Manufacturing


Supply chain disruptions and interruptions in international trade have prompted a re-evaluation of global supply chain strategies. A resurgence in local and regional manufacturing is also underway, with an emphasis on resilience and self-sufficiency. Digitalisation and automation have accelerated, as manufacturers seek to ensure business continuity while adapting to remote working conditions.

Sustainability initiatives continue to gain momentum as industrial manufacturing companies recognise the importance of reducing their environmental footprint and meeting changing consumer expectations. Overall, businesses operating in the manufacturing industry have adapted well to significant change by embracing digitalisation, localisation, sustainability, and resilience.

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Nigel Wright Group’s consultants have been instrumental in enabling Leilac to triple the size of its teams during the last two years. They clearly understand our business and use this knowledge to find people who fit into our culture, as well as offer the necessary skills and experience required for each role. It’s worth emphasising that we couldn’t find these candidates ourselves, so it’s a relief when Nigel Wright accept our assignments.
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