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RMT Robotics Signs Sales Rep Eepo To Market ADAM Robots
RMT focuses on Japan's automotive and manufacturing markets to move ADAM robot fleets
By Casey Nobile


RMT Robotics entered into a sales representative agreement with eepos Japan for the promotion and sale of its ADAM mobile robots in Japan.

Eepos Japan will work with RMT to promote and sell the AMR fleets to end users throughout Japan with a strategic focus on the automotive manufacturing and service industries. Eepos Japan’s sales and distributor network will promote ADAM through its Japanese channels.

“We are thrilled to partner with eepos Japan to extend our global sales reach and introduce ADAM’s unique lean manufacturing capabilities to the Japanese market,” said Bill Torrens, director of sales and marketing, RMT Robotics. “Eepos Japan shares RMT’s commitment to innovative material handling…

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Casey Nobile is the lead editor for Robotics Business Review’s RBR50 news, editorial and business segment. She is also contributing writer and editor for the publication’s News & Technology columns with special emphasis on breaking news coverage for science, technology and financial transactions. Casey is also editor and contributor for other in-house publications: Robotics Trends; RoboBusiness and RoboBusiness exhibit services.

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