Greene Tweed has been recognised as a winner in the 2022 Manufacturing Leadership Awards for its outstanding achievement in digital transformation of its facilities into smart factories, specifically through internal video media for employee education.
The recognition comes from the Manufacturing Leadership Council, a division of the National Association of Manufacturers.
Greene Tweed’s internal video “Digital transformation at Greene Tweed with smart Factory” was selected as a winner in the category Transformational Cultures. This category honours organisations that have reimagined traditional manufacturing organisational cultures to create one that is agile, empowered, diverse, and data-driven, with demonstrated leadership in employee recruiting, retention, and/or engagement.
In addition, two Greene Tweed employees were selected for awards in digital transformation leadership: Matthew Fabrizio, manager of smart factory transformation, and Ethan Hill, manager of operations enterprise applications. This recognises that both Greene Tweed employees demonstrated excellence in their commitment to digital technology leadership to drive transformational change in their companies.
Greene Tweed has embraced digital transformation through data-enabled innovation and automation, which allows the company to increase throughput without increasing overhead, all while ensuring quality. Ultimately, this leads to sustainable, profitable growth, productivity gains, as well as cost savings.
“Embracing digital transformation to transition our manufacturing facilities into smart factories is what will allow Greene Tweed to become a major player in the fourth industrial revolution,” affirms Fernando Torres, vice president of operations at Greene Tweed.