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KUKA Robotics UK Ltd

Great Western Street
Wednesbury
WS10 7LL

Telephone : Tel.+44 (0) 121 505 9970
Fax : Fax+44 (0) 121 505 6589
Email : sales.uk@kuka.com
Web : www.kuka.com/en-gb



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When efficiency is key

Process optimisation lends itself to efficient production methods that are integral within today’s food and beverage manufacturing sector, says Kuka. FULL STORY...

Fragile freight: palletizing chicken eggs with the KR QUANTEC

Farmers all over the world automate egg palletizing with Meggson. This is because the robot-based systems that the Dutch company designs and builds make up to 108,000 eggs per hour ready for travel and protect the health of employees. FULL STORY...

Robotics & automation in the dairy industry

Robot process automation is delivering several advantages across industry. Most notably cost savings and productivity gains, as manufacturers strive to establish competitive advantage. Such returns are being achieved en masse, in what we consider ‘conventional’ manufacturing scenarios. Though as the benefits of automation and robotics come to the fore, their use, within industries away from the conventional, is increasing. FULL STORY...

Effective automation: When efficiency is of the essence

Process optimisation lends itself to efficient production methods that are integral within today’s F&B manufacturing sector. FULL STORY...

Robotic automation can help address the skills gap

An industry such as food & beverage is by default both fast-moving and dynamic, owing to several influencing factors such as consumer demand and dietary trends. The ability to maintain consistency of output is critical. FULL STORY...

Capacity management in the food & beverage industry: The arguments for robotics & automation

There is no escaping the fact that huge gaps have been left along process chains, as a result of BREXIT and the COVID-19 pandemic, across several industry sectors, including the food & beverage industry. The technological solutions that can potentially solve many of the challenges that are perpetually presenting themselves are abundant, though the knowledge of how best to utilise these technologies is still very much at its inception. FULL STORY...

The ultimate in cleanliness: the new KR DELTA robot from KUKA

KUKA is rounding out its portfolio with the compact parallel arm robot and providing a high-performance production assistant at a good price. FULL STORY...

Food for thought: Robotics and automation serving the food sector

The developing and almost systematic use of automation and robotics is facilitating a significant shift in food manufacturing efficiencies, at a time of UK economic evolution, driven by political, national and international influencing factors. FULL STORY...

Webinar: Novel robotic applications for material handling & processing

Robots can now automate more tasks than ever before. From weighing powders to batch processing, robotic systems deliver cost savings, productivity gains, health & safety improvements and much more. Discover the benefits of robotic automation in novel applications with KUKA & OAL. FULL STORY...

Is now the time to automate?

The adoption of robotics and automation within the UK food and beverage industry sector has been behind that of its European counterparts for some time. Recent pressures – such as wage increases, and labour availability – mean that more businesses are now turning to automation and robotics, according to Michael Payne. FULL STORY...

Robots in the food industry

Food Processing spoke to Brian Cooney, general manager at Kuka Ireland, to get his thoughts on the use of robots in the food and beverage industry. FULL STORY...

What could a robot do for you?

Historically robotics have been deployed downstream in applications such as packing and palletising. However, as robot technology advances and consumer demands grow, manufacturers need to consider implementing automated processes further upstream within their operations. FULL STORY...

Flexibility is key for robots in food production

Food Processing spoke to companies that offer robotic solutions to find out more about how, where and why they are seeing robots being used today within the food and beverage manufacturing sector.  FULL STORY...

Robots help increase productivity

The need to handle more products with faster changeover times, and to package products into a wider variety of different formats, makes the good case for the greater use of robots within in the food sector. Food Processing reports. FULL STORY...

Human Robot Collaboration for KUKA Robotics

Tony Dowling, Robot Sales Specialist at KUKA Robotics talks about current and future products from the company at the PPMA Show 2015.FULL STORY...

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