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Kawasaki Robotics EMEA Opens New Stuttgart Office

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Kawasaki Robotics EMEA continues the strategic expansion of its German sales and support network as well as its technical development capacities with a new location in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Based in the Stuttgart office, a team of experienced robotics and application experts will support customers and partners in this strategically important region.

Kawasaki Robotics EMEA Vice President Carsten Stumpf is pleased with the successful expansion: “With the Stuttgart team, we have been able to gain very competent and experienced colleagues who will provide dedicated regional support in Southern Germany – always agile, precise and close to the customer.”

Directly on site: Automation partner for regional businesses

After the branch office in Osnabrück, Lower Saxony, had established itself in recent years as an important success factor for growth in Northern Germany, a location in Southern Germany was the next logical step for Kawasaki Robotics.

Site manager Dr. Udo Rentschler explains: “Large and medium-sized companies alike are looking for a reliable and competent partner as their manufacturing automation needs continue to evolve – for this, personal on-site consulting and local support are important factors. Together with the Kawasaki Robotics EMEA team, we look forward to supporting our customers and partners in the region for all of their future automation requirements.”

Strong support for a key region

Dr. Udo Rentschler and his team at the Stuttgart location provide, amongst other things, space for application trials, tests, training and much more to support companies from the region with their automation needs.

The new employees in Stuttgart bring years of experience in machine and press tending and robotic machining as well as know-how across diverse and complex processes such as picking concrete blocks, stamping copper kettles, handling glowing workpieces and much more. “The Stuttgart area is a key region in terms of automation due to the high number and enormous diversity of strong companies from a variety of industries. Our new location allows us to support these very companies in the best possible way,” says Carsten Stumpf.


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