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Sommer Automatic opens in North America

European manufacturer of precision quality, end of arm robotic components expands operations.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
December 02, 2010

Sommer Automatic recently opened its doors as North Americas manufacturing representative of Sommer-automatic GmbH, providing factory sales, service & support serving the USA, Mexico and Canada.

Sommer Automatic manufactures precision-quality, end-of-arm robotic components including pneumatic and electric grippers, tool changers, crash protection devices and axis compensation modules. Other products include swivel units, pivot jaws, separators, linear & rotary cylinders, shock absorbers, and vacuum components.

Sommer Automatic Inc. is the North American partner of Sommer-automatic GmbH, Ettlingen, Germany.

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