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Glass experts see clear advantages with Kawasaki robots

Kawasaki Robotics has just welcomed one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of glass handling systems as a Preferred Integrator.

Based in Shrewsbury, GS-MR is recognised as a leader in automation for the glass and stone manufacturing and processing industries. The company designs and manufactures bespoke robotic and automation systems for the sector, using Kawasaki robots exclusively.

GS-MR is armed with more than 35 years of engineering excellence, with 16 years of global high-end machinery experience in the glass processing industry. “The only robots we use are from Kawasaki” says GS-MR Director Robert Owen. “The wide range of models available and their durability is matched by the technical competence of their sales and integration teams. That back-up and knowledge has always proved pivotal and has given us a significant advantage when we’re in project discussions with our customers”.

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