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ABB Robotics

Auriga House
Milton Keynes
MK13 8PQ
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01908 350300
Fax : 01908 350301
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Most recent articles relating to ABB Robotics;

Are you IIoT ready?

Suzanne Gill finds out from industry experts how and why the food industry will benefit from greater connectivity on the plant floor. FULL STORY...

Robot wields an ultrasonic cutter to tackle marshmallows

Personalised confectionery manufacturer, Boomf, has increased product quality and throughput with the help of a robotic cutting solution. FULL STORY...

Taking a glimpse into the future of the food production process

Ever wondered what the food manufacturing environment might look like in the future? Suzanne Gill spoke to some key industry vendors to get their thoughts. FULL STORY...

Simplifying robots for the UK manufacturing sector

ABB Robotics has introduced Connected Services, which are described as a suite of resources created to enable UK manufacturers to maximise robot uptime through fast data access and problem resolution. FULL STORY...

Seminar on unlocking the potential of robotic automation

A seminar and workshop, hosted by ABB Robotics in the UK, aims to provide a straightforward look at how to assess the potential for robotic automation.FULL STORY...

Muller Dairy invests in automation

Muller Dairy is now said to be the UK’s largest yogurt producer. From its UK headquarters in Market Drayton, the business continues to grow and capacity is now at two billion pots per year.FULL STORY...

Do you have problems with robotic grippers?

Some food manufacturers run into problems when their robotic grippers start to wear. FP Express asked industry experts how processors can avoid these problems. FULL STORY...

ABB passes out its two newest robotics apprentices

ABB’s UK robotics business officially welcomed its two newest fully-qualified apprentices at a special awards ceremony held at its Milton Keynes site. George Matthews and Daniel Taylor received their certificates after each completing a four-year HNC course, which included a three-year placement with ABB working on its robot products and systems.FULL STORY...

Robotics leaves food untouched by human hands

Alan Spreckley, food segment manager, ABB Robotics, makes the case for the food sector to embrace robotics in order to improve hygiene in their factoriesFULL STORY...

GB Innomech joins ABB partner network

GB Innomech (Innomech) is a Cambridgeshire-based engineering consultancy specialising in the automation of complex, hazardous or labour-intensive manufacturing and quality control processes in a range of markets including foodFULL STORY...

ABB’s expanded product range 'to revolutionise robotic palletising'

The latest product introductions from technology leader ABB include two new palletising robots, three palletising grippers and an easy-to-use programming software – all designed to make palletising simpler, faster and more efficient.FULL STORY...

ABB welcomes Automation Study

ABB’s robotics business has joined several leading names in industrial automation in a bid to further understand the buying behaviours and barriers to investment in automation in the UKFULL STORY...

Why robots are ideal ingredient for modern food producers

Of the many industries that have embraced robotic technology, food and beverage has been by far the runaway success. In a range of applications worldwide, robots are helping food and beverage companies to realise new levels of flexibility, productivity and profitability.FULL STORY...

ABB doubles investment in robot training centre

ABB gears up UK training centre to help manufacturers find new growth opportunities using robotic technologyFULL STORY...

ABB swappage scheme aids ISO14001 compliance

The new ABB swappage scheme is supported by a recycling programme that this year recycled 13t of waste variable speed drives, recovering more than 90% of their component materials by weightFULL STORY...

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