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Robot Nordic ApS – Company Profile
|City:||Odense||State:||Odense / Funen|
|Country:||Denmark||# of Employees:||15|
Founders – Anders Martiny – CEO
Funding Status – Robot Nordic core business is developing tailor-made and effective robot and automation solutions. For this work, no funding needed.The company, however, is seeking investors for their a unique pack and palletizing software they have developed, as well as for continued develop of their RAGANR robot.
Our business is driven by companies seeking to improve manufacturing productivity, reduce operational costs, and develop closer relationship to their customers.
Robot Nordic ApS – Offerings Profile
Primary Target Markets – Healthcare / Medical, Logistics / Supply Chain, Manufacturing
Technology / Product / Service(s) – Robotic Nordic is one of the few integrators that are not locked into any special supplier. This means that when we meet the customer, their are no preconditions on the technologies we will use to complete the work. The end costumer gets an independent offer for the required solution, and not a solution that best serves the interests of Robot Nordic. We offer standard, but also very flexible solutions.
Value Proposition – We are faster, more agile than our competitors, and we pride ourselves on keeping an open mind. We will never say “we have done it like this, so we must keep doing it this way”. We are an independent supplier. No preassigned agreements are required for engagements.
Demand Drivers – Our business is driven by companies seeking to improve manufacturing productivity, reduce operational costs, and develop closer relationship to their customers. Many others are looking to reduce worker injury, expand into new markets, and increase their levels of automation in general.
Robot Nordic has partnerships with several leading suppliers of collaborative and industrial robots, along with enabling technologies providers, both in Denmark and elsewhere.
Robot Nordic ApS – Business Model(s) and Competition
Business Model – Direct sales to end costumers regarding special solutions. We partner with distributors, integrators and others regarding standard software and solutions.
Partners – Robot Nordic has partnerships with several leading suppliers of collaborative and industrial robots, along with enabling technologies providers, both in Denmark and elsewhere. Examples include Universal Robotics, EasyRobotics, OnRobot and Dobot.
Customers – Carlsberg, Arla, Schneider, Danfoss and more.
Competitive Landscape – We typically do not come across many competitors, and often work with companies that could be competitive with us. When we do come across a competitor, they are typically very small companies with much lower success rates compared to Robot Nordic.
Robot Nordic ApS – Recent News
- Robotic Arms Help Carlsberg in the Fight for Zero Accidents (Case study by BILA, system developed by made by Robot Nordic)
- Robot Companies Merge (in Danish)
- Developing a Market Analysis and Go-to-Market Strategy for the Groundbreaking Ragnar Robot (in Danish)
- Robot Arms Provide a Better Working Environment at Carlsberg (in Danish)
- Robot Nordic Wins Main Prize at 2019 Odin Awards (in Danish)
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