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Gaiotto now a Kuka automation partner

“Official System Partner” certification to ensure multiple, high quality solutions.

Gaiotto, member of the Sacmi Group and world-leading designer and producer of high-automation glazing and painting systems and system integrators, has obtained “Official System Partner” certification from Kuka, the Number One builder of anthropomorphous robots. This acknowledgement is clear evidence of Gaiotto’s outstanding expertise in robotized systems (at both software and hardware level), its exceptional design skills and comprehensive customer service. “Gaiotto is thus perfectly able to integrate Kuka robots into its systems”, explains Paolo Ferragatta, Robotics Activities manager, “and so provide a vast range of solutions that are made-to-measure for both customer and field of application, all in full observance of strict standards”.
Kuka certification, in fact, guarantees that the skill and knowledge offered by Gaiotto is comprehensive and of outstanding quality, with all-round assistance and expert advice available all over the world. “Being a partner”, concludes Ferragatta, “ensures that Kuka gets continuous technological feedback on machine performance, thus allowing the robot constructor to concentrate on his core business”.


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