Dutch and Belgian visitors have until tomorrow to visit the TechniShow in Utrecht. Friday is the last day of the fair, and then we’ll be looking forward to the next edition in 2020. But there’s no time for rest at RoboJob: the Belgian automation specialist is going straight to Paris from Utrecht.
“We can already state that this edition of TechniShow has been very successful for us," says CEO Helmut De Roovere. "We received lots of visitors to our stand, who came to Utrecht especially for the Tower, but our other automation concepts have also received a lot of attention,” according to De Roovere. "Now we’re going straight to Paris, where we’re taking part in the Salon de l'Industrie. This is followed by the MACH exhibition in Birmingham, and an Open House at our partner Jörg Wappler in Weinböhla, Germany. It confirms the high demand for our solutions and for CNC automation in general throughout Western Europe.”
At the TechniShow, RoboJob is presenting all its standard automation concepts. "As a customer, you can choose how you want to automate using RoboJob. We offer three standard concepts: a simple table concept, stackable racks or the Tower." However, it was mainly the Tower that walked away with the attention. The demand from the Netherlands is extremely high.
From 27 to 30 March, RoboJob is taking part at the Salon de l'Industrie in Paris. This is followed by participation at MACH in Birmingham (9 to April 13) and the Open House of Jörg Wappler Werkzeugmaschinen (18 to April 20) in Weinböhla (Germany).