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KUKA KR 150 / 2 TJ Industrial Robot
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KUKA KR 150 / 1 Industrial Robot
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KUKA KR 150 / 2 TJ Industrial Robot
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KUKA KR 125 / 2 Industrial Robot
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KUKA KR 200 L 150 / 2 TJ Industrial Robot
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KUKA KR 150/2 TJ Industrial Robot
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KUKA IR 761/125//150.0 Industrial Robot
Weilheim Teck
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2,000 €
16/12/2016;11:04

KUKA Roboter GmbH - Used machinery at Surplex


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  1. KUKA Roboter GmbH
  2. The History of KUKA
  3. Products from KUKA
  4. The Company in Numbers
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  • Name: KUKA
  • Employees: 5 990
  • Turnover: 24.8 million EUR
  • Headquarters: Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany
  • Website: www.kuka-robotics.com/

KUKA Roboter GmbH

KUKA Robotics are a manufacturer of industrial robots used in manufacturing, palletizing, material handling, loading automation, spot and arc welding and many other applications. The automotive industries are their primary client but they also supply automation products to the aerospace industry. They are used in a number of large companies, predominantly in the automotive industry, but also in other industries such as the aerospace industry, transport, food and beverage, foundry and forging, construction, glass, wood, metal and stone industries.

The History of KUKA

Originally a producer of house and street lighting, KUKA was founded by Johann Josef Keller and Jacob Knappich in 1898, and quickly became involved in manufacturing a wide range of welding equipment, tools and solutions. Through the merger of Keller and Knappich GmbH with Industrie-Werke Karlsruhe AG, the company name eventually became known as KUKA, and started to manufacture its first industrial robots in 1973. The organisation eventually split into KUKA Robotics Corporation and what is now known as KUKA Systems in 1995. With 30 years of experience amongst the automotive industry, KUKA has applied automation solutions for a wide range of segments including the solar industry and medical technology. A member of the Robotics Industries Association, International Federation of Robotics and VDMA, KUKA are currently one of the leading suppliers of robotics, systems, and automated industrial processes in the world.

Products from KUKA

KUKA provides industrial robotics systems and automated production lines to a variety of industries. These automation systems include load transportation systems, packaging and palletizing machines, deburring, grinding or drilling in forging and foundry operations, systems for the the thermal processing of glass and quartz, milling, drilling and grinding machines in the wood industry, industrial robots for stone processing. KUKA system software is the focus of its automation systems and the major force behind it successful operations across such a wide range of industries.

The Company in Numbers

Located in Augsburg, Germany, KUKA owns and operates 25 sales and service subsidiaries across the globe. The company employs 5 990 people worldwide. The annual income generated by KUKA amounts to 24.8 million EUR. The company is one of the world's leading suppliers of factory automation systems in the United States, China, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Canada, Korea, India, Taiwan, Russia and many countries in Europe. Other industries that have benefited from more recent expansion include the entertainment industry where robotics have been used in initiatives like RoboCoaster Ltd. and in several Hollywood productions.

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