Motion Controls Robotics Launches New Website

Motion Controls Robotics, Inc (MCRI) is excited to announce the release of its newly designed website located at motioncontrolsrobotics.com.

FREMONT, OH 01/20/2015 -Motion Controls Robotics, Inc (MCRI) is excited to announce the release of its newly designed website located at motioncontrolsrobotics.com. Motion Controls Robotics provides innovative robotic solutions from concept to installation for the food & beverage, plastics, building & construction materials, converting and board & sheet goods industries. The new website is designed to focus on these industries as well as other automation applications that are commonly implemented to increase productivity. The user can easily navigate to the application most relevant to their needs then delve deeper into the process by exploring previous robotic systems designed for each of these areas. This additional information is available in the form of robotic system images, videos, brochures, tech sheets and product descriptions.



An additional area of the website contains a FANUC Robot and Complete Automated Systems catalog. This area allows the user to explore and learn more about available FANUC robots. Motion Controls Robotics has also developed a variety of complete automated systems, or products that can be quoted to match customer needs.

When designing the new website, it was important to address the issues that are most important to customers looking to automate. Users want to see a variety of images and videos so that they can connect the application to their automation needs. One major pain point when buying automation solutions, according to Packaging World Magazine, is the supplier's website. Motion Controls Robotics addressed these issues by making sure the site contained the information and visuals desired in an easy to navigate platform. The website is built with responsive design, so a supplier can do their research on multiple devices including tablets and phones.
Motion Controls Robotics is celebrating their 20th year in the robotics industry. The key to this long term success is providing well engineered solutions, paying attention to customers' needs and delivering excellent service for every system. Launching this new website to more closely meet customer's needs is perfectly in line with these goals.


About Motion Controls Robotics - Founded in 1995, Motion Controls Robotics is a leading provider of automation solutions to manufacturing industries. The company provides full service robotic solutions from concept to installation and service/support that keep manufacturers competitive. Motion Controls Robotics creates solutions for Fortune 500 and small to medium-sized companies in the food & beverage, plastics, building & construction materials, converting, manufacturing and board & sheet goods industries. They also automate small production shops and machine job shops. Motion Controls Robotics provides automation solutions to manufacturers for a variety of applications including material handling (case packing, palletizing and machine tending), and vision-guided systems. Motion Controls Robotics is an exclusive Level 4 Certified Servicing Integrator for FANUC Robotics, and a SmartCart Automatic Guided Cart Value Added Reseller (VAR) for Daifuku Webb.



Motion Controls Robotics' northwest Ohio headquarters is located at 1500 Walter Avenue, Fremont, Ohio. www.motioncontrolsrobotics.com


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