esmo Continues Asian Expansion with Kassow Robots Partnership

By : Nata Kesuma | Monday, April 05 2021 - 17:15 IWST

Esmo Group , Kassow Robots Partnership
Esmo Group , Kassow Robots Partnership

INDUSTRY.co.idSingapore, esmo group (esmo), a full-service systems integrator that provides innovative and advanced engineering services, today announces its partnership agreement with Kassow Robots to market, sell, and integrate the collaborative robots in Singapore.

This strategic partnership marks Kassow Robot’s first venture into the region, and augments esmo’s best-in-class automation solutions for the Asian market.

Denmark-based Kassow Robots develops compact 7-axis lightweight collaborative robots (cobots) for industrial applications.

Capable of higher payloads and longer reach radiuses than other cobots in the market, Kassow Robots’ cobots offer the benefits of strength, speed, and simplicity all at once.

The intuitive and robust design of the cobots allows operators to automate repetitive, laborious tasks in a cost-effective manner.

With Kassow Robots solutions, esmo’s customers stand to enjoy an increase in productivity and a boost in labor efficiency.

“We’ve seen great success in the Asian market for a good number of years now, and a key component of that success lies in our ability to provide and maintain a strong portfolio of leading-edge technology,” shared John Lee, Sales and Application Engineer, esmo Asia.

“Our partnership with Kassow Robots enables us to offer a comprehensive range of innovative and reliable cobot solutions that can address our customers’ current and future operational needs.”

Kassow Robots’ family of products now comprises five 7-axis cobots that can handle payloads of up to 18 kilograms, and offer a reach of up to 1.8 meters. The suite of automation solutions is ideal for a variety of industries, including metalworking and food manufacturing.

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