RMT Robotics announces new ADAM sales agent agreement in Italy
RMT Robotics adds MIBA as an official partner in the sale and promotion of ADAM mobile robots.
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RMT Robotics, a Cimcorp Oy company and the manufacturer and integrator of ADAM autonomous mobile robot (AMR), has entered into a sales representative agreement with MIBA for the promotion and sale of its ADAM mobile robots in Italy.
MIBA, through its eepos Italy division, will work with RMT to promote and sell the AMR solutions to end users throughout Italy and southern Europe with a strategic focus on applications in manufacturing industries such as original equipment (OE) as well as tier 1 and 2 automotive, electronics, plastics and aerospace.
“We are thrilled to work with MIBA, through its eepos Italy division, to bring the ADAM system to manufacturers in southern Europe,” said Bill Torrens, director of ADAM Systems Group, RMT Robotics. “Their experience and connections in the Italian industrial marketplace make MIBA an ideal addition to ADAM’s growing global network of promotional partners.”
“The ADAM AMR system is a unique and innovative solution that has great potential to transform the way materials are transported in Italian factories,” said Adolfo Lorenzi, principal, MIBA. “We are eager to work with RMT to introduce ADAM and promote the many benefits to our customers.”
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