Robotas Strengthens U.S. Presence by Investing in Ohio Facility

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There has always been a special relationship between the USA and the UK, and Robotas have been supporting their US customers for the past 25 years. However, to further improve their special relationship with the USA electronics market, Robotas has decided to invest in a new facility in Dayton, Ohio.

Having this facility will give the ability to offer its customers a USA based technical support and training location. Robotas spare parts and demo equipment will also be available on USA home soil. Customers will now also have the option of collecting their Robotas systems directly from the Dayton facility, rather than having to collect them from the UK.

Nick Walters, MD Robotas Technologies Ltd said: “The global market is changing, and we feel it is the right time to invest in the USA. The increasing number of projects we are seeing across the different states has meant that we needed a Robotas base in the USA to provide the best value to our customers, to support them both commercially and technically.


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