FANUC Open House Event

See Endoline Robotics Limited at Manufacturing Automation & Digital Transformation

FANUC Open House Event

29th – 31st of October 2019 at FANUC UK, Coventry

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The UK is the only G7 country with a robot density below the world’s average and is 30% less productive per hour than manufacturers in Germany.

How can we improve these statistics and re-position the UK as a global leader in manufacturing once again?

Automation is going to play an integral role in ensuring UK manufacturing is able to compete, yet many manufacturers remain sceptical as to its cost, payback period, and suitability for their applications.

FANUC is inviting UK manufacturers to its first ever Open House event on 29 – 31 October 2019, to help understand the importance of automation, as well as how cost-effective it can be.

Discover Endoline Robotics at PPMA Total Show 2019

 

We look forward to seeing you at PPMA Total Show 2019 Stand H120 where Endoline Robotics will be showcasing a fully automatic palletising system which will be palletising and de-palletising plastic crates. Incorporating a 6 axis Fanuc M710 series industrial robot, the plastic crates will be in various sizes/colours to demonstrate the ability to manage mixed pallets. Endoline Robotics palletizing systems are designed to give you the best possible value for your investment through maximum productivity with minimal stoppage time. All machines are built for 24/7 operation and require little maintenance offering a long-life expectancy, resulting in a low cost of ownership.

 

Endoline Robotics Limited

In a bid to meet the ever growing demand for fully automated end of line systems, which increasingly require robotic solutions, Endoline Machinery has created a sister company called Endoline Robotics Limited (ERL) while also forging a strategic partnership with Fanuc.

The move is designed to reinforce Endoline’s reputation as a provider of case erecting and sealing automation and, through the strength of the Fanuc brand, the company will now manage the installation of robotic palletising systems under the umbrella of ERL.

“Our ability to engineer customised, fully automatic case erecting and sealing solutions underpins our reputation in the market,” says Andrew Yates, MD of ERL.

“Through our relationship with leading global food manufacturers we have become increasingly aware of the demand for robotic integration, particularly as companies move away from using manual labour.

COMMITTED TO UK BUSINESS

“The decision to partner with Fanuc and launch a sister company dedicated to robotic palletising equipment, illustrates a progressive period in our almost 40 year history,” he continues. “While we have developed the company and built up a solid export business, we are committed to the UK and creating solutions which directly meet our customers’ needs.”