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Robotiq Establishes a New Partnership with SIS Corporation

Samuel Bouchard
by Samuel Bouchard. Last updated on May 27, 2016 9:14 AM
Posted on Jun 08, 2012 11:15 AM. 2 min read time

We are proud to announce today that Robotiq has established a new partnership with SIS Corporation – a major system integrator in Korea.
SIS Corporation Korea
SIS Corporation becomes then the Robotiq point of contact for Korean customers and will include our 2-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper and 3-Finger Adaptive Robot Hand to their automation solutions. “As Robotiq, SIS is driven by the idea to provide real flexible solutions to industrial robotics applications”, says Samuel Bouchard, President of Robotiq. “The robotic expertise of SIS and our robotic electric grippers will provide to customers in Korea a real flexible solution to today's challenging manufacturing automation issues”, he continues.

Since its foundation in 2001, SIS Corporation has established itself as a major player in the development of technologies that will lead the next millennium. Through the last decade, SIS has developed strong partnerships with global leaders in the robotic industry. Among them let’s mention robot manufacturer Kuka, laser vision system provider Servo Robot, mechatronic system producer Vatron and industrial laser technology developer Rofin.

The core business of SIS Corporation is laser system (welding and cutting), steel fabrication automated processes, robotic arc welding, robotic assembly line, machine loading /unloading.

SIS Corporation is having major accounts such as Hyundai, KIA Motors, Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. and GM Daewoo to name few.

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Samuel Bouchard
Written by Samuel Bouchard
Samuel is CEO and co-founder of Robotiq. His mission is to free human hands from repetitive tasks. He is also the author of Lean Robotics: A Guide to Making Robots Work in Your Factory. He lives in Québec City with his wife and four children.
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