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Applied Robotics, Inc. and Trafalgar S.P.A. Announce the Creation of Applied Robotics Europe
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American automation company, Applied Robotics, Inc. and Italian company Trafalgar S.p.A. formed a joint venture to serve the European market with advanced robotic and automation solutions.
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The joint venture (ARE) will better support European customers in addition to providing high end engineering solutions in the automation market through a local presence. ARE will directly support ARI’s existing European Distribution Partners; PES (Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Turkey); PTM and Tuenkers in Germany; JKE Robotics in Spain and Portugal; Berga Maskin AB in Sweden; and AIMS for Industry in the United Kingdom.

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