Fagor Arrasate takes a stake in the capital of Ribinerf

Fagor Arrasate plans to take its strategy of becoming a world leader in the automation of manufacturing processes to another level by taking a stake in Ribinerf, which specializes in industrial robotics, 3D vision and artificial intelligence.

With the acquisition of 70% of Ribinerf’s shares, Fagor Arrasate is committed to strengthening its technological capabilities associated with the automation of manufacturing processes.

Specifically, Fagor Arrasate will be able to count on Ribinerf’s capabilities and know-how, which are focused on manufacturing standardized solutions that solve non-deterministic scenarios, impossible to automate until now. Ribinerf machines do not simply perform the task, but, thanks to AI, they have the ability to make decisions and resolve on their own the incidents that occur in variable production, minimizing line downtime and working with maximum performance, allowing customers to optimize and improve the competitiveness of their processes.

An alliance that will allow Fagor Arrasate to offer solutions to meet the demands of its customers in terms of process automation and quality assurance.

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