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RMT Robotics appoints Torrens director of ADAM Systems Group

RMT has created the ADAM Systems Group with a dedicated team structure employing engineering, manufacturing, customer care and sales professionals.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 04, 2012

RMT Robotics, a Cimcorp Oy company and the manufacturer and integrator of ADAM autonomous mobile robot (AMR), announced the appointment of Bill Torrens as director of the ADAM Systems Group. In this new capacity, Torrens will lead the ADAM Systems Group in the continued accelerated global growth of ADAM AMR.

Torrens is new to his role as director of ADAM Systems Group, but has been a key member of the RMT team for 14 years as director of sales and marketing. In his prior role, Torrens introduced ADAM to markets on a global scale and partnered with sales agents to promote ADAM worldwide. RMT has created the ADAM Systems Group with a dedicated team structure employing engineering, manufacturing, customer care and sales professionals.

“I am thrilled to lead this exceptional team dedicated to the progress of ADAM AMR,” said Torrens. “I look forward to continuing ADAM’s success and introducing ADAM to new markets worldwide.”

Torrens will continue to actively promote the ADAM AMR solution, broadening the sales agents globally while developing the internal teams to accommodate ADAM’s rapid growth.

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