Glenville, New York May 26, 2009 Applied Robotics Inc., a leading provider of automation end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions today announced it has added Buenos Aires Technology, (BAT) as a new distributor. Buenos Aires Technology is an exclusive distributor of Adept robots in Argentina and other parts of South America. BAT works extensively with the material handling, packaging and food processing industries. The partnership will extend Applied Robotics’ global reach into Argentina. Buenos Aires Technology provides automotive as well as general industry knowledge of the Argentinean marketplace as well as offering on site support to its customers.
“We are happy to have Buenos Aires Technology in our partner network,” said Jim Fitzgerald, vice president of Applied Robotics. “BAT has grown along with the Argentinean automation market. Our end-of-arm tooling and solutions plus their robotic knowledge and experience offer us both the opportunity to better provide for customers in Argentina.”
“We are very excited about this new partnership. With Applied Robotics Inc.’s products and solutions, especially in packaging, such as the USDA accepted Meat Gripper, the Smart Gripper (TM) 3.0 and the Heavy Duty Bag Gripper; we see a lot of opportunity to provide entire automation systems to our customers,” said Marcial Amato, CEO of Buenos Aires Technology.
About Buenos Aires Technology
Buenos Aires Technology (BAT) was established in 2001 by Marcial Amato. BAT markets high end technology and it offers professional consultancy so that their customers will be successful in integrating necessary integrations automation into their plants. More information can be found on the company website at: www.buenosairestechnology.com
About Applied Robotics
Applied Robotics Inc., headquartered in Glenville, N.Y. is an ISO-9001 certified, employee-owned company serving the world’s automation market. Founded in 1983, Applied Robotics designs and manufactures end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions intended to solve complex automation problems and improve efficiencies. Serving a wide spectrum of customers and industries ranging from large Fortune 500 companies to small privately-held businesses, the company’s wrist-down solutions can be found in manufacturing, welding, assembly, material removal and material handling applications throughout the United States, Canada, Pacific Rim, Europe, Mexico, South America, Malaysia, Japan, South Korea and Australia. More information can be found on the company website at www.appliedrobotics.com.