CRG Automation Named to Kawasaki Robotics Preferred Integrator Network.
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LOUISVILLE, KY — September 10, 2018 —CRG Automation is proud to announce their partnership with Kawasaki Robotics as a member of the robot manufacturer’s network of Preferred Integrators. This network is comprised of experienced companies working closely with Kawasaki’s robotics experts and using their knowledge of the product line to develop innovative solutions.
CRG Automation specializes in developing, upgrading and optimizing packaging and process equipment for the food and beverage and consumer products industries. Founded in 2000, CRG Automation expanded in 2019 to start a complete business line focused on developing custom automation solutions.
Kawasaki Robotics recognizes CRG Automation and all its Preferred Integrators for their ability to provide automated systems with the quality, performance and durability expected of Kawasaki robots.
“CRG Automation’s quality work, attention to detail and flexibility have earned us the trust of some of the world’s leading companies,” said President James DeSmet. “We’re proud to strengthen our relationship with Kawasaki Robotics and work together to solve our customers’ toughest automation challenges.”
CRG Automation develops new systems, as well as re-engineers and rebuilds existing ones, to meet its customers’ needs. Well-known customers include Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s and Kraft. The company’s 40,000-square-foot facility in Louisville, Kentucky, features a controls and machine shop, plus the floor space required to set up and conduct performance testing for complete packaging/processing lines. The team boasts mechanical, process and electrical engineers, as well as machinists and electrical controls specialists. With centuries of experience across its team, CRG Automation fully supports any type of integration, fabrication, assembly and testing.
“Kawasaki Robotics is proud to include CRG Automation to our network of Preferred Integrators. We have worked closely with CRG Automation, and are impressed by the staff’s eagerness to tackle the most difficult industrial problems,” said Dan Hasley, Director of Sales and Marketing for Kawasaki Robotics (USA), Inc. . “We’re excited to continue to work closely and grow our partnership.