PERSPECTIVES, IOT, ENGINEERING TECH

NEXT-GEN ENGINEERING

July 8, 2022

Next Gen whitepaper
Engineering and R&D (Research & Development) activities have been at the core of the industrial revolution. It has helped individuals prosper by making laborious tasks easier and hassle-free. From making mobility efficient, driving speed and efficiency, and performing complicated tasks, among others — Engineering has significantly transformed the Manufacturing, Hi-Tech, and Services-led verticals, over the last 2 centuries. Furthermore, since the onset of the pandemic, a chasm has opened across various verticals, particularly for digital-heavy ones like the Software & Internet. To stay ahead in the game, enterprises across the globe are reassessing their business strategy for the future. Today, they have one common goal in mind — taking control of end-to-end engineering.

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Harsco Industrial Patterson-Kelley

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Harsco Industrial Patterson-Kelley

The official LinkedIn page of Harsco Industrial Patterson-Kelley. Located in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Harsco Industrial Patterson-Kelley is a recognized market leader and major producer of heat transfer equipment. Harsco Industrial Patterson-Kelley boilers, water heaters and fabricated systems are suitable to use in both institutional and commercial building applications such as schools, offices and apartment buildings, dormitories, hospitals, and hotels.

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