Addverb To Open World’s Largest Robot Manufacturing Factory in India

Noida-based automation & robotics company, Addverb Technologies, has announced that will open world’s largest robot manufacturing factory in Noida, India. In January this year, Mukesh Ambani-promoted Reliance Industries acquired a 54% stake in Addverb Technologies, for $132 million funding in Addverb.

With the upcoming robot manufacturing facility, Addverb seeks to disrupt manufacturing technology in India by employing highly innovative production techniques in which “Human-Robot Collaboration” the robots of tomorrow.

Last year in March, Addverb inaugurated robot manufacturing facility called “Bot-Valley” in Noida, which is spread over 2.5 acres of land. The upcoming robot-factory will be 10-times bigger than Bot-Valley, with which Addverb plans to deliver innovative automation solutions made in India, for the world, turning India into the capital of global robotics industry.

According to the company press release, the new plant will spread over 60,000 sq. mtr. and create highly skilled job opportunities leading to direct and indirect employment for over 3,000 people.

This upcoming facility will be able to manufacture up to 60,000 robots per year of different specifications and categories namely Autonomous Mobile Robot (Dynamo), Sorting Robot (Zippy), Multi-Carton Picking Mobile Robot (Veloce), Carton Shuttle (Quadron), Pallet Shuttle (Cruiser), Stacker Crane and Mother Child ASRS (Multi-Pro) system.

Sangeet Kumar, CEO of Addverb Technologies, said that “This brand-new facility will make Addverb a giant robot manufacturer on global fronts, by delivering cutting edge software and robust hardware systems, along with a mix of innovative fixed and flexible automation solutions.”

In September 2020, Addverb established its first offshore entity in Singapore to expand of its footprints in South East Asia.

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