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March 26, 2019      

At last week’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for their new manufacturing facility, officials from maxon precision motors gave tours of their new warehousing, manufacturing, and engineering design space. The company recently moved from Fall River, Mass., to a 59,000-foot facility in Taunton, Mass.

Eugen Elmiger, maxon motor CEO

One of the leading companies in the precision DC motors and drive technology space, maxon distributes its products to more than 40 countries worldwide, and was growing enough where a new space to handle manufacturing, storage, and engineering design was needed.

In this exclusive interview (see video, above), maxon motor CEO Eugen Elmiger talks with Robotics Business Review about the company’s growth, goals for the U.S. division, and new markets that the company is addressing with their products. Applications and industries that  utilize these components include medical technology, industrial automation, robotics, security and communications, aerospace, automotive and measurement/testing.