HÀ NỘI – Human resources will be a key driver in manufacturing companies becoming Industry 4.0* players, experts said at a press conference held in the capital city on Thursday. The press conference was held to introduce the Việt Nam Manufacturing Expo 2017 (VNM) that will be held from April 26-28. Isara Burintramart, managing director of Thailand’s Reed Tradex Co., said that other drivers of the Industry 4.0 trend will be Government support, data analytics and economic management. “I believe that Việt Nam’s workforce is ready to learn and step into the Industry 4.0 era. The best way to approach the 4.0 revolution is to do it in small steps, starting with a strategy or a pilot project,” he said. Nguyễn Văn Thụ , Chairman of the Việt Nam Association of Mechanical Industry, agreed, adding that the small and simple steps need to be taken immediately. Investing in human resources should be considered the most important task for local manufacturers in addition to fostering technical innovation and enhancing co-operation among businesses to maximize efficiency and avoid overlapping investments, he said. Thụ said a number of Vietnamese businesses, especially those in the automobile, agricultural machinery and design industries, have moving to…
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