Applied Robotics, Inc. Adds Applied Machine & Motion Control (AMMC) to our Rep Team
GLENVILLE, N.Y. – Applied Robotics Inc. a leading global provider of robotic end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions, is proud to announce the addition of AMMC, as a Representative Partner servicing the states of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
With over 100 years of machine and motion control engineering experience, AMMC, which stands for Applied Machine & Motion Control, is the gold standard source for optimal motion control and automation solutions. They leverage their extensive engineering expertise and applications experience to provide solutions that incorporate blue-chip products and services. Technical excellence, coupled with AMMC’s dedication to the ethics of the “Golden Rule”, ensure the “Golden Motion” experience. Their web address is http://ammc.com/
“The AMMC team brings over 25 years of industrial sales experience to the Applied Robotics’ landscape. We believe AMMC will be a great addition and a valuable asset in broadening the reach of the company,” said Bernie Mucitelli, Director, Business Development for Applied Robotics. “AMMC’s mission statement focuses on respect, fairness and integrity along with a strong work ethic, which are all imperative business practices that ARI incorporates as well. We are excited to explore this partnership and grow together.”
Applied Robotics, Inc., headquartered in Glenville, NY, is a leading global provider of robotic end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions; specializing in tool changing, collision detection, and gripping applications. In addition, Applied Robotics provides industry and application specific solutions to the most challenging problems.
With over thirty years of experience engineering complex robotic and automation equipment, Applied Robotics was the first company to develop automated tool changers and continues to engineer state-of-the-art solutions allowing our customers to stay at the forefront of their respective industries all over the world.
For more information please visit, www.appliedrobotics.com