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ABB Robotics Selects Kleenline as North American System Integrator
ABB Robotics, a leading global supplier of industrial robots, has signed Kleenline of Newburyport, MA as a system integrator in North America. Kleenline focuses on developing and providing automation and integrated manufacturing systems for industries demanding the highest degree of sanitation.
Jim Kosmala, channel business development manager for ABB Robotics, North America, believes that partnering with Kleenline is ideal because of Kleenline's expertise in serving customers who require sterile-environments conveyor systems.
According to Paul Deady, Kleenline's project manager specializing in robotic integration, this joint venture extends Kleenline's engineering capabilities to give customers state-of-the-art robotic solutions to their manufacturing challenges.
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