Consumer Goods

Consumer Goods

Consumer goods manufacturers are using engineering simulation to satisfy clients who are focused on low-cost, durable goods that, increasingly, offer energy efficiency. A product that lacks any of these qualifications may not survive the sales cycle.

Whether producing a washing machine or a golf club, a personal care product or even the assembly-line equipment that processes food, manufacturers are focused on the same goal: to produce cutting-edge products at a price that will entice customers to buy — and take these products to market faster than anyone else in their sector.

Segments

Appliances

Consumer expectations for home appliances are high: Users demand that a given product . . .

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Food and Beverage

Food manufacturing is complex because of the inherent physics, a process that is . . .

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Sports and Leisure

Cutting a few ounces off the weight of a bicycle and improving the flow . . .

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Consumer Packaged Goods

Consumer goods manufacturers are using engineering simulation to satisfy clients . . .

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