Complexities associated with manufacturing in and for countries in differing stages of economic development can be handled through Cambric’s unique project management capability. Cambric can localize your product for specific markets.
We send Cambric product engineers to work with you directly at your facility. They capture project requirements, interact with your engineers and design teams, participate in design reviews, interface with other departments and suppliers. They are right there with you.
Global Product Management
Breadth of Engineering Capabilities
By engaging with Cambric you get more than the accredited engineering abilities of the Cambric engineers who come to work at your facilities.
Scalable Engineering Resources
We will help you manage the ups and downs of the economy and design cycles. Cambric on-site Product Engineers are a conduit to additional off-site manpower and skills.
Reduced Development Costs
Outsourcing with Cambric reduces your costs. From a labor standpoint you will experience savings in recruiting, overhead, and resource management.
Engineering tasks can be executed in multiple time zones and by multiple shifts allowing for round-the-clock resource availability and more man hours in a specified period.
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- U.S. small tractor sales up 6%, combine sales soar
According to AEM's monthly "Flash Report," the sale of all tractors in the U.S. for April, 2013, were up 6% compared to the same month last year. For the four months in 2013, a total of 59,436 tractors were sold which compares to 54,359 sold thru April, 2012, representing an 9% increase year to date. (...) Combine sales were up 59% for the month. Sales of combines for the first four months totaled 2,980, an increase of 57% over the same period in 2012.
- Navistar sells Recreational Vehicle business
Navistar International Corp. said it sold its recreational vehicle business to Allied Specialty Vehicles Inc. No terms were disclosed. Navistar, the Lisle, Illinois-based truckmaker, is concentrating on its main business "and the sale of Navistar RV represents another important step," Chief Operating Officer Jack Allen said in a statement. Navistar, since August, has installed a new management team as it tries to end losses.
- Engineering TrendsCustomers get fast payback from extra cost of CAT hybrid excavator
About 60% of the energy an excavator expends in an operation goes to swinging the heavy upper frame (or "house") into position and then returning to the home position, according to Caterpillar's Ken Gray, Global Project Manager, Large Hydraulic Excavators. A portion of that energy takes the form of heat, some of which is generated in braking the upper frame's rotation when it reaches the desired position. In regular machines, the heat energy is shed to the atmosphere. Caterpillar has come up with a way to capture that heat energy, store it, and re-use it later. The system is designed such that the upper frame hydraulic braking action forces the fluid into two long cylindrical accumulators.