Larry Sutton joins IPR Robotics, Inc. as Business Development Manager

Larry has been involved in industrial automation for over 20 years.

IPR Robotics Vice President Dan Peretz announced today the appointment of Larry Sutton to the position of Manager of Business Development. In his new role Larry will help customers solve their challenges using IPR products. Larry has been involved in industrial automation for over 20 years. He has bought, sold and managed 100's of millions of dollars of manufacturing equipment from around the world. His experience is in automotive body shop, stamping, powertrain and assembly, including automation sales with ABB Robotics and general management with Robot Vision Technologies.


"Having Larry join IPR strengthens our team and helps us to reach more potential customers in our target markets", said Peretz. "Larry is primarily focused on growing our automotive and Tier One customer base in the tri-state region of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.

IPR Robotics, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of IPR - Intelligente Peripherien fuer Roboter GmbH, located in Schwaigern, Germany, which has been in business since 1989. IPR's global product offering includes a broad range of standard end-of-arm components including grippers, compliance wrists, alignment devices, tool changers, load limiters, force/torque sensors and linear rails. IPR Robotics has been in the US since 2003 and excels at combining these components into complete End of Arm Tooling solutions to meet the needs of each application.

IPR is the leader for the Hands and Feet of robots!

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