RND Automation wins FANUC Robotics' 2017 System of the Year Award

RND Automation bestowed the annual honor at FANUC's Authorized System Integrator conference

RND was chosen as one of 4 finalists for the system of the year award.  At the annual Authorized System Integrator (ASI) conference, this year held in San Diego, CA, RND presented their system in front of over 500 of their peer ASIs.  After the presentation the ASIs voted on the most innovative and creative system.


This award cements RND's reputation as one of the most creative, innovate and respected custom automation and robotics vendors in the Souteast.

RND can help your manufacturing firm reduce labor, increase quality, reduce downtime, and increase production by automating your processes.  You'd be surprised at how quickly the return on investment can be realized.

Call or email us to set up an opportunity to discuss your automation and robotics needs.

About RND Automation:

RND Automation & Engineering, LLC is Florida's premier custom machine builder. RND engineers, designs, and manufactures custom automation machinery & vision guided robotic workcells for industries as diverse as medical devices, durable goods and electronics. Our projects range from fully automatic high-speed robotic work cells to operator assisted semi-automatic workstations. With more than 30 years of experience in industrial machinery design, we provide our clients with production ready automated equipment that cuts labor costs, improves quality and increases production rates.
For more information, contact: info@rndautomation.com or call 941.870.5400

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