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EVANSVILLE, IN—Systems integrator Evana Automation recently integrated eight robots into a new powder coating line for a leading commercial wheel manufacturer. Evana provided bases, guarding and end-of-arm tools for the robots, along with programming and control panels to communicate with the finishing line.
PENFIELD, NY—Systems integrator Kinetic Machine Development LLC has opened a new facility here to design and build custom assembly machines. The company also has an office in St. Louis.
DAVENPORT, IA—Genesis Systems Group, a robotic integrator, has announced a $4.6 million capital investment that will add jobs and allow it to build more systems.
FRANKLIN, KY—Systems integrator Industrial Automation will invest $1.8 million to relocate to a larger manufacturing location here, creating 26 jobs.
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TRAVERSE CITY, MI—Systems integrator Trantek Automation Corp. has opened a satellite office in Grand Rapids, MI.
ST. JOSEPH, MI—Michigan-based systems integrator Edgewater Automation will invest $3 million to establish a production facility in Spartanburg County, SC, and create 53 new jobs.
EVANSVILLE, IN—Systems integrator Evana Automation has received a multiyear contract from a Tier 1 automotive supplier to provide six custom assembly and test systems that will simplify the production of automobile steering assemblies.
EVANSVILLE, IN—Systems integrator Evana Automation Specialists recently delivered a clutch assembly line to American Axle & Manufacturing Inc. The line integrates both fully and semiautomatic processes.