There's always a better way. No. 1

United Kingdom, 1953

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Illustrates five ways in which new manufacturing techniques have reduced production costs; the removal of covering material in electrical cables using a foot operated device; binding vacuum cleaner bags to plastic caps; turning tubes of cloth inside out; provision of work benches for maximum efficiency; the use of two planing machines in series simplifying handling of timber to be planed on both sides.


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British Productivity Council






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