Trio Motion showcases made-in-India robotic system at Anutech

Fully conceptualized, designed, developed and manufactured in Pune

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Team Trio Motion Technology India at Anutech

Trio Motion Technology India, a unit of UK-based Trio Motion Technology, showcased the made-in-India multi-master on-the-fly pick-and-place robotic system at the Anutech expo held in Mumbai from 7-9 September. The robot has been fully conceptualized, designed, developed and manufactured in Pune.

The robotic system we displayed at Anutech is conceptualized, designed, developed and manufactured in India. It is a universal packaging robot. Customers can install a continuous inspection system. They can install printing applications as well,” said Upendra Vanarase, managing director of Trio Motion Technology India.

Vanarase said that over the next few years, Trio Motion Technology India will popularize and promote this robotic system in the Indian market.

The robot was launched at Automation Expo 2023 in Mumbai. We will now work to promote this innovative solution in India. The biggest advantage of a made-in-India robot is that the customer will get a quick response when they require spares or services. I believe that for such robotics systems to become popular in India, companies need a solutions-based approach. You cannot just import robots and install at the customer’s end. Trio Motion is working on having a motion solutions-based approach,” Vanarase said.

Apart from the robotic system, Trio Motion Technology India displayed its controllers at the Anutech show.

Positive about the Indian market

Trio Motion Technology India is positive about the growth in the Indian market. It operates from a 7,000-square-foot office in Pune which also has R&D center. Apart from the set-up in Pune, Trio Motion India has offices in the NCR, Bengaluru and Gandhinagar. It supplies controllers to machine manufacturers in FMCG, pharmaceuticals and beverages industries.

If you look at our peers, they all have R&D centers overseas. But we have decided to establish one here in India. We are optimistic about the growth in the Indian market,” Vanarase said.

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