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Most manufacturing companies lack a strategy for their future business model 

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Nicolai Broby, manufacturing expert at PA Consulting Group discusses PA's new research on Servitization. He explains how many smaller and medium-sized companies could tackle growing global competition from low wage countries by making the change to a service-based business model. They should be forward-looking, move closer to the customer and offer them advice, maintenance and service, not just sell them physical products. 

Nicolai says: "Large companies that have introduced more servitization into their business, for example Vestas and FLSmidth, are seeing higher earnings because more service is a profitable business. It represents a new way of selling and I see a huge potential for small and medium-sized companies for developing a more service focused business".


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Nicolai goes on to explain how many companies are now seeing the value in renting, not owning products since this offers them a higher degree of flexibility allowing them to resist changes and competition in the market place. 

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