Foodbotics: Keeping Your World in Motion

October 1, 2005
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Foodbotics: Keeping Your World in Motion

A new division of Colborne Corp., Foodbotics is now the only robotics firm focused exclusively on the food industry and on creating food automation processes that completely solve its customer’s most complex needs.
Moreover, the division benefits from the rich knowledge of the food industry that Colborne has acquired over many generations. This experience along with financial stability and solid resources has allowed the Lake Forest, Ill.-based company to expand its customer’s horizons along with its own — all while delivering unique, process-savvy solutions and the results its customers demand.
Foodbotics’ proven abilities include working from a “blank sheet of paper” — in other words, using experience and resources to customize a complete automation system from the ground up. It focuses completely on its customer’s processes, whether an entire turnkey engineering solution or a single process module is required.
Foodbotics has a completely unbiased approach in the selection of its partners, which means that it can set the best possible course for customers and their applications. Solutions may come from the division’s own manufactured line of leading-edge processing equipment, strategically selected robotic partners, or a combination of both. The customer receives what is most needed, not simply in what Foodbotics has a vested interest.
The company’s wide-ranging experience in a variety of custom automation processes enables it to employ various methods including: bare product assembly, line balancing at high speed, wrapper and tray loading, product collating and loading, carton, case and basket loading, and product stacking and palletizing. 1-847-371-0484.

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