manu-service

manu-service

adj
denoting a business that involves both the manufacture of goods and the provision of after-sales services
[manu(facture) + service1]
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The report argues that high and medium tech companies that combine strong service operations with traditional manufacturing - what it calls the "manu-service sector" - represent one of the "best hopes for the upturn".
Such manu-service industries are typically adaptable, high profitable and very knowledge intensive.
Such manu-service industries are typically adaptable, highly profitable and very knowledge intensive.
Prof McCann underscored the importance of working collaboratively in extended supply chains, and the growing importance of "manu-services" that add value and embed the relationships between companies.
The study by the Work Foundation urges the Government to focus on so-called "manu-services", where companies sell high-value add-on services alongside the products they make.
The Work Foundation urged the Government to go beyond the traditional view of manufacturing and concentrate on so-called "manu-services" - a combination of designing products and linking them to services.