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Automation: Seegrid announces new partnership with Cisco-Eagle

This partnership will allow the two companies to leverage each of their areas of expertise, resulting in highest quality products and services for customers.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 24, 2011

Seegrid, a leading robotics developer, announces its partnership with Cisco-Eagle, Inc., a materials handling solutions provider.  Seegrid and Cisco-Eagle are excited to bring robotic industrial truck solutions to Cisco-Eagle customers.  “In Cisco-Eagle’s continued drive toward delivering justifiable automation concepts for its customers, we are proud to have established a relationship with Seegrid. Seegrid provides automated robotic industrial trucks which we will incorporate into our customer’s operations to optimize workflow processes, increasing productivity and reducing the costs our customers experience on a per unit basis through their manufacturing and distribution processes,” said Steve Strifler, President and CEO of Cisco Eagle.

“Cisco-Eagle is a proven leader at delivering productivity and efficiency improvements to its customers.  Partnering with them to offer our robotic industrial trucks is an important milestone for Seegrid.  We know Cisco-Eagle will be an excellent partner, and help us expand our presence in the marketplace,” said Scott Friedman, CEO of Seegrid Corporation.

Companies in the food and beverage, consumer packaged goods, grocery, general manufacturing, pharmaceutical and warehousing and distribution markets have chosen Seegrid robots for their flexibility, affordability, ease of use and reliability.

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