Alstrut India participates in ACMEE 2021

It showcases a wide range of collaborative robots for Industrial Automation

Alstrut India participates in ACMEE 2021
Anuj Bihani, managing director, Alstrut India showcasing a wide range of collaborative robots for Industrial Automation at ACMEE 2021

Alstrut India showcases their products and solutions at the 14th International Machine Tools Exhibition. The Exhibition is being held at the Chennai Trade Centre, Nungambakkam, Chennai, from 9-13 December 2021. ACMEE, organized by AIEMA, has been one of the flagship exhibitions in South India since 1994.

Alstrut is the largest partner of Universal Robots in India. Universal Robots is the world’s largest company in the collaborative robot space. Manufacturers have consciously started using collaborative robots because of the numerous benefits it brings to them, including simplicity of installation, space-saving, redeploy, and the lowest total cost of ownership.

Alstrut India to participate again in ACMEE 

Alstrut is excited to participate once again in ACMEE – Chennai’s flagship industrial expo. “Having been in the business of industrial automation providing assembly lines and end of line automation solutions for discrete manufacturing industries, we partnered with Universal Robots about four years ago. Today, we have emerged to be one of India’s largest companies in the collaborative robot space, with over 200 robots deployed in India and globally, in verticals ranging from automobile, auto-component, electrical, electronics, FMCG, food, packaging, and pharma,” said Anuj Bihani, managing director, Alstrut India.

ACMEE sees exhibitors worldwide displaying their latest and cutting-edge technologies, including robotics, machine tool, metrology, automation and controls, among many others. With a specific focus on Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0, many participants use this platform to launch and showcase their newest machines and technological advancements. While a large part of the visitors is from across Tamil Nadu, this expo also attracts visitors from other parts of India.

Alstrut India is also partnered with other companies in the collaborative space, including MiR, Robotiq, OnRobot, amongst many others, thereby widening the solutions offered, such as machine tending, assembly, glue dispensing, welding, and palletizing. Alstrut is constantly working on adjacent technologies that accelerate the deployment of robots at MSME companies in India.


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