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10/3/2016

Kuka Becomes a Premium Robot Supplier for Fastems Factory Automation Systems

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The partnership is being described as one of mutual transparency and reliability.

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Fastems (Tampere, Finland), a manufacturer of factory automation systems, has announced Kuka Robotics as one of its premium suppliers for robots. Markku Bollmann, vice president of marketing and sales with Fastems, explained that this partnership will help his company provide robot-based automation solutions for its customers in machinery construction, aerospace and metalworking.

“As a premium supplier, we profit from the inclusion in Fastems’ customer projects at an early stage,” adds Joacim Lorentsson, sales manager from Kuka Nordic AB.

The partnership is said to comprise the pillars not only of each company’s respective solutions and products, but mutual project transparency and reliability.

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