Kassow Robots, a leading developer of innovative 7-axis industrial cobot solutions, has announced the establishment of a dedicated sales and support team based in the United States. This move marks a significant step in the company’s commitment to expanding its presence in the American market and providing top-notch service to its customers.
The newly formed U.S. team includes Regional Channel Partner Managers, Jim Adamski and Collin Ayres, as well as Technical Support Engineer, Chris Hapsias. With their extensive experience and expertise in the industry, they will work closely with Kassow Robots’ sales partners, system integrators, and distributors across the country.
Jim Adamski, who has over 30 years of experience in the factory automation industry, will focus on building strong relationships with the partner network east of the Mississippi River and in Iowa. Adamski is enthusiastic about the potential for U.S. companies to automate their operations efficiently with Kassow Robots’ lineup of 7-axis robots, which are known for their ease of setup and programming.
Collin Ayres, a recent mechanical engineering graduate from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, will play a key role in expanding Kassow Robots’ presence in North America. As the Regional Channel Partner Manager for the western part of the U.S., Ayres will support sales partners and drive growth in this region. He is excited about the capabilities of Kassow Robots’ lightweight cobots, which are designed for industrial use and can operate even in confined spaces.
Technical Support Engineer Chris Hapsias brings his expertise in factory automation, particularly in the field of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), to provide comprehensive technical support and training to Kassow Robots’ U.S. distributor network. Hapsias highlights the impressive range of motion provided by the seventh axis of the KR Series robots, making them user-friendly and capable of handling complex operations.
Kassow Robots’ 7-axis lightweight cobots are known for their small footprints, increased maneuverability, and unique seventh axis. This seventh axis, also known as the “wrist joint,” enables continuous dispensing, welding, and material removal applications without the need for arm reorientation. With their easy programming and operation, these cobots are particularly suitable for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) looking to implement cost-effective automation independently.
Kassow Robots, founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, focuses on designing and manufacturing strong, fast, and simple 7-axis lightweight collaborative robots for industrial applications. As a part of Bosch Rexroth, Kassow Robots benefits from the extensive resources and expertise of its majority owner.
Q: What is Kassow Robots?
A: Kassow Robots is a developer of innovative 7-axis industrial cobot solutions for various applications, known for their strength, speed, and simplicity.
Q: What is the purpose of Kassow Robots’ U.S. sales and support team?
A: The U.S.-based team is focused on providing sales support, technical assistance, and training to Kassow Robots’ sales partners, system integrators, and distributors in the United States, aiming to strengthen relationships and expand their market reach.
Q: What are the capabilities of Kassow Robots’ 7-axis cobots?
A: Kassow Robots’ 7-axis cobots offer increased maneuverability, small footprints, and a unique seventh axis, allowing for continuous dispensing, welding, and material removal applications without the need to reorient the arm. They are user-friendly and can handle complex operations with ease.
Q: Who is part of Kassow Robots’ U.S. team?
A: The U.S. team consists of Regional Channel Partner Managers Jim Adamski and Collin Ayres, as well as Technical Support Engineer Chris Hapsias, who bring their expertise in factory automation to support sales partners and provide technical assistance to Kassow Robots’ U.S. distributors.