Business Models for Flexible and Sustainable Manufacturing


The INSPIRE project will develop innovative business models for a selection of complementary sectors that will create flexible networks based on intensified processing enabling more local production in Europe and reverse the delocalisation trends. This will be possible thanks to a clear identification of research and business (including SMEs) needs, followed by the deployment of routes (roadmap) and guideline targeting to measure and assess the performance of such novel models under different possible scenarios under a cost effective and sustainable perspective.



14 May 2018

Joint workshop with NEXT-NET

The workshop started with greetings and introduction given by Rosanna Fornasiero (CNR-ITIA) who emphasized the importance of the workshop as a way to create synergies between different areas of interest around the topic of Supply [...]


08 May 2018

Report on future trends released

A range of trends is creating the need for manufacturing industries to adapt the way they are organised and interlinked within the supply chains. In this context, WP4 main outcome is to lay out the [...]


08 May 2018

D 3.2 – Innovative business models released

The focus of the INSPIRE project is the development of innovative business models for flexible, sustainable, and demand-driven manufacturing and processing. As part of the project, this report focuses on the proposal of novel and [...]


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