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2006

Non-Automotive Orders for Robots Rise in 2006, But Overall Sales Fall 30% in North America

POSTED: 02/23/2007

Ann Arbor, MI – North American robotics companies experienced a record year for orders from non-automotive users in 2006, but it wasn’t enough to offset the steep decline in robot sales to automotive companies.  As a result, new orders to North American companies fell 30% for the year, according to

Robot Sales Off 36% in North America through September

POSTED: 11/21/2006

Non-Automotive Orders Fare Relatively Well Ann Arbor, MI – New orders received by North American based robotics companies were down 36% through the first nine months of 2006, although non-automotive orders were down just three percent, according to new statistics released by Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group. ‘‘With

Robot Sales Fall 38% in North America

POSTED: 08/03/2006

Non-Automotive Markets Fare Much Better Ann Arbor, Michigan – New orders received by North American based robotics companies fell 38% in the first half of 2006, according to statistics released by Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group. Most of the losses occurred as a result of the cyclical downturn

First Quarter 2006 Robot Sales Impacted by Downturn in Automotive Market

POSTED: 05/03/2006

Ann Arbor, Michigan – May 3, 2006 – New orders for North American robotics companies fell 30% in the first quarter of 2006, according to statistics released by Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group headquartered here.  A 39% decline in purchases by automotive OEMs and component suppliers

2005

Robotics Industry Sets New Records in 2005 as New Orders Jump 23% in North America

POSTED: 02/08/2006

New Orders & Shipments (.pdf file) Ann Arbor, Michigan – North American robotics companies posted record new orders in 2005, surpassing its previous high set in 1999, according to new statistics released by Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group. A total of 18,228 robots valued at $1.16 billion were

Robotics Industry Posts 30% Growth in North America

POSTED: 11/16/2005

2005 On Record Pace Ann Arbor, MI – November 4, 2005 – North American robotics companies are on pace for a record year in 2005, with new orders up 30% in North America in the first nine months, according to new statistics from the Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s

North American Robotics Market Up 36% In First Half of 2005

POSTED: 08/09/2005

Second Quarter is Industry’s Best Ever August 2005 -- Ann Arbor, Michigan -- North American robotics suppliers saw orders leap 36% in the first half of 2005, putting the industry on pace for a record year, according to new statistics released by Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group. A

Robotics Industry Off to Fastest Start Ever

POSTED: 05/11/2005

First Quarter Orders Up 30% in North America Ann Arbor, MI –  The North American robotics industry had its best opening quarter ever, with new robot orders up 30%, according to new statistics released by Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group headquartered here. A total of 5,316 robots valued at

2004

North American Robotics Orders Rise 20% in 2004

POSTED: 02/14/2005

Robots Helping Keep Jobs in North America, Says RIA Ann Arbor, Michigan -- North American manufacturing companies purchased 14,838 robots valued at nearly $1 billion in 2004, a 20% rise in units over 2003 and the industry’s second best unit total ever, according to new statistics from Robotic Industries Association

North American Robotics Market Rises 13% in First Nine Months of 2004

POSTED: 11/08/2004

Ann Arbor, Michigan – November 8, 2004 – North American robotics companies posted a 13% gain in new orders from the North American market through the first nine months of 2004, according to new figures released by the Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group. A total of 11,384 robots

Robotics Market Remains Hot in North America; New Orders Jump 12% in First Half of 2004

POSTED: 08/05/2004

Ann Arbor, Michigan –  Demand for robotics technology is hot, as evidenced by double-digit gains in new orders received by North American robotics manufacturers in the first half of 2004.   New figures released by Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group, show that North American manufacturing companies ordered 7,852 robots

North American Robot Orders Jump 17% in First Quarter of 2004

POSTED: 05/04/2004

Fastest Start Since 1999 Ann Arbor, MI – North American based robotics manufacturers saw robot orders jump 17% in the first quarter of 2004 over the opening quarter of 2003, the best new order rate to start the year since the record-setting year of 1999. A total of 4,101 robots valued at


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