Yaskawa strengthens its presence in Europe

Incremental investment in Europe for Yaskawa: higher capacity and customer proximity.

 

Yaskawa the Japanese manufacturer of robots has planned for 2018 huge investments in Europe. They are going to be implemented in several States: Germany, Slovenia, Sweden and France.

In Germany is going to start an expansion of the headquarters of Robotics. In Slovenia instead is going to open a new centre of development and production of robots.

Last month the announcement of two additional investments that will cover the France through a conglomeration of different divisions Drives, Motion Control and Robotics and the last but not the least Sweden with the renovation and modernization of the headquarters.

A reality that evolves at the international level and size but also at the level of products and solutions.

With this new investment plan the Japanese giant will meet the 80 percent of the demand for industrial robots in Europe. A decision that will allow it to be closer to an important market.

Yaskawa, one of our partners, is one of the leading robot manufacturers worldwide with an installed base of 350,000 machines that are used in several different industries.

Investment in Europe are the key for our growth

 

This is the idea at the basis of this important decision. Invest in Europe in a direct way will allow the company a greater contact with the distribution network and to consolidate the partnerships whit European companies. A greater closeness to keep up with European trends, like Industry 4.0 and IoT. Yaskawa wants to participate actively in the development of these technologies by improving their products.

A growth to Europe supported by the rapid growth and development that is living the company that its products, from Mechatronics to robotics, manages to intercept the needs of users and customers. He succeeds by offering a wide range of solutions (IoT, specialist industrial robotics, cloud computing, data management) to ensure a complete and modern automation companies.