“In less than 4 months EMO will be starting. It’s the world's largest trade fair in our industry, and an excellent opportunity to pull out all the stops with our well-known Turn- and Mill-Assist Series. But as we always try to do at larger trade fairs, we will also not be failing to come out with several innovations. And that certainly won’t go unnoticed,” said CEO Helmut De Roovere.
Over the past 10 years, RoboJob has paved the way for the automatic loading and unloading of smaller and medium sized batches. For this reason, RoboJob today already offers the widest portfolio of standard products, the Turn and Mill-Assist Series. These products have become the standard in the market, not least because they are extremely low-threshold, thanks to easy-to-use software and they also offer the highest flexibility, so that a wide variety of workpieces may be automatically rotated or milled. This makes it the tenth year since RoboJob set off like a train. “This year we’ve already achieved twice as much in sales and installations as in the whole of 2013," says De Roovere. “In less than 5 years, we’ve grown into a mature business with a high capacity for carrying out very many installations. We still largely do that using our proprietary installation team, supplemented with certified installation partners. Our Service Department has also been expanded. After all, we need to provide service for every additional installation and our customers today confirm that we’re still succeeding in doing that - and with flying colours.”
Now it’s a question of counting down until September, when RoboJob will be participating for the second time at the EMO fair in Hanover. In 2013, they were able to demonstrate a Mill-Assist Conveyor on the Mazak stand and a Turn-Assist 180 on the Okuma stand. This time, RoboJob will have their own exhibition stand. "With this we also want to demonstrate that we have now become well established in our market. At our RoboJob stand in Hall 25, we’re looking forward to receiving customers from home and abroad and showing them all our innovations. I can already tell you now, that they are going to be pleasantly surprised!” Over the coming months, RoboJob will be revealing what these innovations are going to be. Meanwhile, RoboJob’s R&D team is continuing to work hard on getting everything ready in time. “We’re well on schedule, which is quite an achievement in a development process. In June it will all be ready, and then we’ve still got 3 months to test and fine-tune everything. Also, you shouldn’t forget that in the meantime we still have to continue supporting our customers and carrying out installations. After all it’s our customers that always come first,” De Roovere concludes.