Tomahawk, WI 07/22/2014 (Basicsmedia) – General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) witnessed a consistent slackening of investors’ interests, as share price fell off the ladder, towards the start of the day’s trade yesterday. A gush of positiveness descended soon after, as news floated around that GE would be investing approximately $5 million in order to duly strengthen the operations at Mebane, N.C., thus adding to the testing and production capabilities that would solicit enhanced customer experiences.
The Scope of Investment
The whopping investment is expected to holistically expand the local business propositions of GE in Mebane, thus leading to a grand opening of the GE’s Power components and equipment operations in the area. Moreover, the investment is deemed to enable Mebane operations to foster dedicated customer connect center where teams shall be duly deployed to work collaboratively in order to streamline a myriad of manufacturing processes, bringing innovative technologies pertaining to electrical distribution to market.
In this transitory investment opportunity, GE is all set to produce transfer switches to the data center market, thus adding to the probability of creating jobs in excess of 60, especially related to the economy at the local level.
The General Manager’s Take
The General Manger, who handles Power Equipment Industrial Solutions Business – Stuart Thompson conjectured that GE is hoping to work on a myriad of industrial solutions, duly tapping North Carolina’s vast talent pool to incidentally accelerate the ability to aptly deliver a host of high quality solutions to varied consumers.
Technology Empowerment Most Likely
A plethora of groundbreaking innovations is on the cards for GE’s Mebane plant. Low/medium voltage certification laboratories, product accelerator labs that molds better prototyping and robust technology development and enhanced showrooms to incidentally touch, see and feel products are on GE’s cards! The idea is to augment the facilities at the training center for continuous opportunities to learn varied aspects of new products, processes or innovations!
Inception of expanding manufacturing capabilities that bears true testament to the hard efforts and dedication of the Mebane employees would help GE step up and optimize production, utilizing lean methodologies to improve advanced manufacturing capabilities.
Rapid prototyping, 3D printing, quick customer validation and feedback are on the cards, that started luring investors to General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) again, of late!