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Rethink Robotics Expands Global Distribution Network

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Rethink Robotics expands the availability of its collaborative robots by adding ten new global distribution partners to its network.

Rethink Robotics recently announced that it has signed deals with 10 new distribution partners throughout the United States, Europe and Asia to increase the availability of its smart, collaborative robots and bring automation to the global manufacturing market.

The new partners will help the company meet the growing demand for its Sawyer collaborative robot. Sawyer is a smart automation solution that is designed to address challenges like labor shortages, improving efficiencies across industries like plastics, packaging, metal fabrication, electronics and the automotive supply chain.

The new partners include: 

  • Centro Inc. (North Carolina, United States) 
  • Electronics Control (Xiamen, China)
  • Europneumaq (Serzedo, Portugal)
  • IEC Supply Inc. (Arizona, United States)
  • Monarch Automation (Ohio, United States)
  • Power Motion (Missouri, United States)
  • Robtech Industries (New Taipei, Taiwan)
  • RT Robotics (Warsaw, Poland)
  • Tongchan Machinery (Hangzhou, China)
  • Womack Machine Supply Co. (Texas, United States)

“This selective group of distributors will help us continue to provide an extraordinary experience to our customers around the globe at every step of the implementation process, ensuring success from purchase to deployment and beyond,” says Jason Barton, chief revenue officer.

The company will continue to add distribution partners across the world in the coming months.


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