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RMGroup to showcase collaborative industrial robots and AMR systems at PPMA
Leading robotics and automation company, RMGroup, will be exhibiting on stand H70 at this year’s PPMA show, held at the NEC, Birmingham on 27-29 Sep. In providing a single- source solution for multi-functional systems, the company will be using live demonstrations to show how industrial robots and AMR technology can combine to increase efficiency and space optimisation.
On show will be the ASTI Ebot 350 box moving Autonomous Guided Vehicle (AGV), along with the ABB IRB industrial robot demonstrating a palletising and de-palletising process. To add to that, RMGroup’s sales team will be on-hand to preview the
latest robotic solutions offered by the company for multiple pick, place and palletising applications.
Commenting on the forthcoming event, RMGroup’s Rosie Davies said: “We are really looking forward to PPMA this year. Having attended every year since 2014, we are pleased to support the show and always use it as a platform to showcase new products and innovations.”
Being the first integrator in the UK to be accredited under the RIA/BARA Robot Integrators Certification Scheme, RMGroup supplies and manufactures a wide range of manual and automated packaging systems.
 Andusia renew ARC Contract
ARC (Amager Ressourcecenter) and Andusia have signed a new 3 year bulk shipping contract. The renewed contract will see Andusia supply the ‘Copenhill’ waste-to-energy facility, based in Copenhagen, Denmark, with 70,000 tonnes per year of plastic reduced RDF up to the end of 2025.
This enables ARC to run to capacity and thus provide electricity and district heating to the capital’s homes, comprising 90,000 households in Copenhagen.
The facility is easily spotted due to its tall sloped roof that doubles as a year-round artificial ski slope. As one of two plants in the capital, it plays a major role in the Copenhagen's ambitions of reaching carbon neutrality.
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