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RoboJob can look back onto its most successful tradeshow ever



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Sep 26, 2018

With hundreds of new contacts, new customers and a new dealer, RoboJob can look back on its most successful tradeshow participation ever. This reaffirms the impressive growth progress that the Belgian CNC automation specialist has made in recent years.

It's already known that RoboJob has been doing well for some time. The sales records have consistently been broken for years in succession, new products are being launched ever faster and RoboJob’s participation at trade fairs is also proving to be a success time after time. The company from Heist-op-den-Berg is growing like hell! “But it’s our participation at last week's AMB trade fair that stands out head and shoulders,” says Business Development Manager Jelle De Roovere. “We’ve not only returned with hundreds of new contacts, but we’ve also sold several systems on the spot plus we’re able to announce that we have a new dealer," said a proud De Roovere.

The AMB exhibition that took place last week in Stuttgart has long been known as one of the leading trade fairs in the metalworking industry. Every edition shows the number of visitors continuing to grow, and with the brand new Paul Horn hall, the organization has significantly increased the exhibition space. RoboJob has also benefited from this, with an exhibition stand that was almost three times larger than at its previous participation. The Belgian market leader presented two brand new products on its exhibition stand and these were very clearly appreciated by the German visitors.

We immediately sold several of our Turn-Assist 270 i,” beams De Roovere. “And our new Mill-Assist Essential i and the Tower were also very popular. A few of our Towers were sold, clearly confirming that this is the right product for the future.” The number of Towers sold is increasing considerably: by the end of this year RoboJob will have already installed more than 10 Towers both at home and abroad.

The sales of ‘Integrated’ products are also running like clockwork. The two firsts presented at the AMB are part of this 'Integrated' series, wherein RoboJob constructs the entire automation system on to one fixed chassis. This makes it very easy to remove the automation system from a CNC machine, or even to move it from one CNC machine to another.

The next fair that’s on the programme will be the ‘Bi-Mu’ in Milan. It will be the first time that RoboJob takes part in an Italian trade fair. RoboJob will be demonstrating its Turn-Assist 200 i on the Doosan stand. At the AMB fair, RoboJob managed to conclude a dealer agreement with Overmach SpA, Doosan’s Italian representative in Italy. Bi-Mu is taking place in Milan, from 9 to 13 October 2018.

In order to be able to maintain its growth plan, RoboJob is urgently looking for new, motivated colleagues. To illustrate this, today there are some 10 vacancies open at the growth company from Heist-op-den-Berg.

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