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When Robotic Automation Makes Sense: Key Drivers that Trigger Investment

When Robotic Automation Makes Sense: Key Drivers that Trigger Investment

Posted: 11/15/2021 4:25:57 PM by Sarah Mellish
Topics: Manufacturing, Supply Chain

Stressed supply chains, slow product throughput, poor part quality and scarce worker availability are common issues plaguing manufacturers today. Sadly, these concerns often lead to low employee morale and sub-par competitive edge. For a growing number of companies, highly reliable and efficient robots are helping to tackle these tough challenges, optimizing operations and helping manufacturers survive the new industrial landscape. However, there are still many decision makers seeking more clarity about how robotic automation can truly help fill the skills gap, improve worker safety, lower manufacturing costs, increase product quality, mitigate market fluctuations and more.

Prevent Production Bottlenecks

To gain a clearer picture of the current global economy and how affordable and flexible robots are helping to smooth production woes, listen to our Sr. Product Manager, Josh Leath, give an insightful presentation on Automation Adoption: Reasons You Can’t Afford to Not Automate. Recently shared at FABTECH 2021, this content is helping manufacturers of all sizes to:

– Decide where robots make sense on the factory floor to improve efficiencies
– Understand what type of robots will be the most advantageous for your application and floorspace
– Determine a process for robot implementation for the best return on investment
– Realize how robot installation today can help poise companies for future success

Optimize Robot Uptime

For manufacturers that have already invested in robots, taking preventative measures in the wake of changing consumer dynamics and escalating competitive pressures is a good idea. Whether your robots are ready to upgrade or you simply want to get more proactive with robot maintenance on the factory floor, there are proven tips that can guide you down the path of robot life cycle management.

Sarah Mellish is a Marketing Content Specialist

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