FANUC America Named Business of the Year by Rochester Regional Chamber Of Commerce

FANUC America continues to encourage companies to equip their factories with robotics and automated solutions for manufacturing to stay competitive.

FANUC America Corporation, the world's leading supplier of innovative automation including robotics and CNCs, has been named Business of the Year by the Rochester Regional Chamber of Commerce.


"I'm honored to accept this award on behalf of FANUC America," said Mick Estes, general manager, FANUC America. "We sincerely appreciate the support we have received from the community for over 26 years, and look forward to a bright future for FANUC America and the entire Rochester region."

FANUC America continues to encourage companies to equip their factories with robotics and automated solutions for manufacturing to stay competitive. "Our customers tell us that their investment in automation has allowed them to compete effectively across the globe," added Estes. "The addition of automation helps companies remain viable so that they can keep the jobs here in the Americas."

About FANUC America Corporation

FANUC America Corporation provides the most complete range of industrial automation equipment including robots, CNC systems, and factory automation solutions. FANUC's innovative technologies and proven expertise help manufacturers in the Americas maximize their efficiency, reliability, quality, and profitability.

FANUC America is headquartered at 3900 W. Hamlin Road, Rochester Hills, MI, 48309, and is a subsidiary of FANUC CORPORATION in Japan. FANUC America has facilities in: Atlanta; Boston; Charlotte; Chicago; Cincinnati; Cleveland; Dallas; Indianapolis; Los Angeles; Minneapolis; Montreal; Pine Brook, NJ; San Francisco; Toronto; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Aguascalientes, Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico.

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