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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



Most recent articles relating to KUKA Robotics UK Ltd;

Addressing challenges with robotics and automation

The food and beverage (F&B) industry faces a significant challenge today due to the increasing complexity of operations and consumer demand for high-quality, value-driven products. This complexity is driven by factors such as stringent regulatory requirements, supply chain challenges, and labour shortages. To address these challenges, F&B manufacturers are increasingly turning to robotics and automation.FULL STORY...

Why investing in robotics is delivering returns into the food industry

Robotics has become a game-changer for the food industry. Advancements in technology and automation have led to the development of robots and robotics systems that can perform a wide range of tasks, from harvesting crops to packaging finished products. These robots are not only more efficient and accurate than humans, but they are also driving down production costs.FULL STORY...

The key drivers behind the increased use of robotics in the Food & Beverage industry

The Food & Beverage industry has not been as quick to adopt robotics, as have other manufacturing sectors, such as electronics, for example. In recent years however, demand, labour shortages and domestic & overseas competition has encouraged manufacturers to explore ways of utilising robot technologies to optimize production processes.FULL STORY...

Fast and hygienic delta robot

The KR 3 D1200 is the latest delta robot model from KUKA, which is well-suited to pick-and-place applications with a payload of 3k, but capable of carrying up to 6kg. It is part of the Hygienic Oil (HO) portfolio. With a load of 1kg it can offer a cycle time of less than 0.32 seconds.FULL STORY...

How labour shortages are driving the adoption of robotics in the food industry

The food industry has been experiencing labour shortages in recent years owing to several factors, such as demographic changes, low wages, and a depleted interest in working in the industry. As a result, food manufacturers are turning to automation and robotics to mitigate the impacts of worker shortages. But, to what extent are labour shortages in the food industry encouraging the use of robotics?FULL STORY...

Robotics and 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...

Robotic solution speeds up cheese stick processing

A fully automated production line employs two hygienic robots to process cheese into sticks and feed them to a packaging machine. This has raised the standard of hygiene – and doubled production capacity for Dutch family company, Vepo Cheese.FULL STORY...

Robotic solution helps create cheese sticks

The Dutch family brand Vepo Cheese relies on a fully automated production line: two KR AGILUS hygiene robots from KUKA process cheese into sticks and feed them to a packaging machine. This has raised the standard of hygiene – and doubled production capacity.FULL STORY...

How the Food & Beverage Industry has a lot to gain from robotics and automation

An industry that has traditionally been reliant upon manual labour to sustain output volumes, the Food & Beverage industry has been slow in adopting robotic technologies. However, as geopolitical fallouts and the after effects of the pandemic test manufacturing resilience, the industry is coming to the realisation that automation technology is an enabler. FULL STORY...

Maintaining productivity in changing times

Suzanne Gill asks why and where engineers working in the food and beverage manufacturing sector should be looking to integrate robotics solutions into their processes. FULL STORY...

A mini automation revolution for the food & beverage sector

UK manufacturing has changed dramatically over the last few years. None more so than in the UK’s food & beverage industry, within which we are seeing a mini ‘Automation revolution’ as the amount of Robots being installed increases exponentially year on year. FULL STORY...

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...

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