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New Automationware facility in Italy

Automationware has acquired a new manufacturing plant in the industrial area of Maerne di Martellago; a Venetian suburbs.
In order to cope with the rapid growth and the associated business expansion, automation and robotics company Automationware has acquires a new production facility and administration building in the Venetian suburbs; in the industrial area of ​​Maerne di Martellago.

The new, 5'000m2 production area is scheduled to be operational by the end of the year. Fabio Rossi - Managing Director of Automationware S.r.l., explains that the production site will be modelled towards lean production processes. Further investments are planned to included new warehousing systems and CNC machines to achieve "the maximum productivity in the design of semi-finished products, which are integrated into the production of linear and rotary drives as well as highly productive robot systems".

The new building will also provide an expanded area for the new R&D department, which will be scaled up in terms of both personnel and technology to further the development of current product families, and in particular the development of high-technology robotic kits. In addition, Automationware plans to step up its commercial organisation to strengthen its presence in global industrial markets with a broader network of distributors and system integrators.

"The strong growth of the automation and robotics market in the EMEA countries requires us to continue to expand our logistics and manufacturing capabilities to ensure fast and quality delivery cycles of products and services to our customers," said Dr. Fabio Rossi - Managing Director of Automationware. "In order to meet the high expectations of our industrial customers in the future, we can use this investment to further increase productivity and expand and strengthen our long-term supply chain."

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