Robotics Online - RIA - Robotic Industries Association
News

Yaskawa Motoman Mexico Completes Expansion of Aguascalientes Facility

Yaskawa Motoman

Yaskawa Motoman Mexico Completes Expansion of Aguascalientes FacilityDayton, Ohio — Yaskawa Motoman Mexico (YMM), celebrating its fifteenth anniversary, recently completed an expansion of its facility in Aguascalientes.  This expansion more than doubles the size of YMM’s Aguascalientes facility to nearly 20,000 sq. ft.

The expansion includes additional manufacturing space used to develop, integrate, service and rebuild robotic systems.  A 15-person training classroom that can be easily divided into two separate classrooms was added, along with additional office space, conference rooms and a lunchroom.  YMM operates under the direction of Fernando Cisneros, Director of Mexico Operations.
 
“People who have seen this expansion are surprised that Motoman has taken such a step during the current economic climate,” said Cisneros, “but it will enable us to have new value-added services developed and delivered to our customers.  It is a great testament to the strength of our company, as well as the determination of Motoman to maintain and improve our place in Mexico’s robotic industry.  I have no doubt that this addition will help us to grow as a company with international presence.”
 
Motoman provides robots and complete robotic automation for virtually every application and industry.  Founded in 1989, Motoman has continually gained market share and is now one of the largest robotic solution providers in North and South America with more than 29,000 robotic installations.  Motoman’s parent, Yaskawa Electric Corporation, is the world’s leading robot manufacturer with an installed base of over 200,000 robots. 
 
Motoman is a wholly owned subsidiary of Yasakawa Electric Corporation, a worldwide leader in mechatronics and robots. We provide world-class robotic automation solutions for a wide variety of applications including arc and spot welding, assembly, coating, dispensing, material cutting, material removal, picking, packaging, palletizing, machine tending, press tending and other general material handling applications.

Source:
Motoman Inc.
Sally Fairchild
(937) 847-3202
Automated Imaging Association Motion Control Association