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Guyson Partners With ABB To Deliver Robot Blasting
ABB added to Guyson’s range of partners for expansion into the European market
By RBR Staff


Leading industrial finishing equipment manufacturer Guyson International, based in Skipton in the north of England, has recently entered into a partnership agreement with ABB Robotics, in a strategic move to expand its robotically controlled blasting capabilities in Europe.

The Guyson group has produced over the last few years, through its US subsidiary, Guyson Corporation of the USA, numerous advanced robotically controlled blast systems for a range of industrial applications such as shot peening turbine blades and landing gear parts and grit blasting oil field valves prior to thermal spraying and it is now expanding that expertise to its European customer base from its UK headquarters.

Jimmy Thomson, Robot Surface Finishing…

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