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BARA

New Progress House
34 Stafford Road
Wallington
Surrey
SM6 9AA
United Kingdom

Telephone : 020 8773 8111
Fax : 020 8773 0022
Email : bara@bara.org.uk
Web : www.bara.org.uk



Most recent articles relating to BARA;

Solving the UK’s productivity problems with robotics

Mike Wilson argues that it is time for the UK manufacturing sector to look seriously at the adoption of automation, and robotics in particular, to help improve productivity figures. FULL STORY...

Are you ready for robots?

Food Processing sought some expert advice about what needs to be considered before implementing robots or cobots. FULL STORY...

Solving the UK’s productivity problems with robotics

Mike Wilson argues that it is time for the UK manufacturing to look seriously at the adoption of automation, and robotics in particular, to help improve productivity figures. FULL STORY...

Robots and the food industry: where are we now?

Food Processing spoke to a variety of robot suppliers to the UK food industry to get an idea about how, where and why robots are being employed today. FULL STORY...

Slow down for UK robot sales

The preliminary results of the World Robotics Report 2019, published by the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), has highlighted the fact that installations of industrial robots in the UK fell by 3%, to 2,306 units in 2018. FULL STORY...

2011 UK robot sales stats reveal strong growth

Following an amazing year of recovery for robotics and automation in 2010, UK robot sales figures for 2011 recently compiled by BARA, the British Automation and Robot Association, show clear growth with sales at the end of Q3 already 24% higher than for the whole of 2010.FULL STORY...

Government award BARA £600,000 to roll-out Automating Manufacturing Programme

Following recommendations made in an industry study last year, the Application of Automation in UK Manufacturing 27 Sept 2010, Government has now awarded £600,000 to fund an Automating Manufacturing Programme managed by BARA which aims to encourage the uptake of automation among UK manufacturers.FULL STORY...

I've seen the future - and it's automated!

Chris Buxton – CEO of Processing & Packaging Machinery Association visits the Automate 2011 Show only to find robotics and food production are fast becoming synonymousFULL STORY...

BARA to hold business breakfasts on automating manufacturing

The British Automation & Robot Association (BARA) in association with the PPMA will be holding three business breakfasts targeted to assist SME businesses with automation within their production linesFULL STORY...

BARA welcomes govt's £600K commitment to stimulate automation

The Government’s injection of £600,000 to help stimulate the UK’s adoption of automation, is the result of recommendations made in a recent industry study, Application of Automation in UK Manufacturing 27 Sept 2010FULL STORY...

Robotics: Has the food sector's moment finally arrived?

Hot on the heels of BARA revealing rocketing UK robot sales, Fanuc says it's felt the benefits of increased robot uptake and KUKA has released a new series, Quantec. Suddenly, there's electricity in the air. Could this be the start of a new phase in UK food manufacturing?FULL STORY...

A few surprises at Pro2Pac

The Pro2Pac exhibition, held between 15-18 March at London ExCeL, produced a few surprises, including the news from PPMA's Chris Buxton that his association and BARA are to forge a much closer relationshipFULL STORY...