Jewett Automation Becomes ABB Robotics Channel Partner and System Integrator
Richmond, VA based Jewett specializes in robotic automation systems for assembly, material handling and pick, pack and palletize applications
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – ABB Robotics, a leading global supplier of industrial robots, has signed Jewett Automation of Richmond, VA as a channel partner and system integrator in North America. Jewett specializes in custom developed, turnkey robotic automation solutions for assembly, material handling, and pick, pack and palletize applications. The primary markets Jewett serves include consumer electronics, medical, pharmaceutical and automotive industries.
“We are extremely pleased to add Jewett Automation to the network of ABB Robotics channel partners,” said Jim Kosmala, channel partner business development manager, ABB Robotics, North America. “Their proven expertise in designing cutting edge robotic automation systems in a variety of major industry segments is an ideal fit with the ABB system integrator network.”
Jewett Automation is headquartered at 2501 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Richmond, VA, 23223. For more information visit www.JewettAutomation.com or call 804-344-8101.
ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 117,000 people.
About ABB Robotics
ABB Robotics (www.abb.com/robotics) is a leading supplier of industrial robots - also providing robot software, peripheral equipment, modular manufacturing cells and service for tasks such as welding, handling, assembly, painting and finishing, picking, packing, palletizing and machine tending. Key markets include automotive, plastics, metal fabrication, foundry, electronics, pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries. A strong customer focus helps manufacturers improve productivity, product quality and worker safety. ABB has installed more than 175,000 robots worldwide.