ABB Robotics to Open New Campus in Europe

ABB Robotics is set to open a new Campus in Europe, which will serve as a central hub for its offerings in the region. The Campus will provide customers with AI-enabled collaborative and industrial robots, as well as digital solutions to support flexible automation. The facility is expected to open in late 2026, replacing the existing robotics facilities at the site.

The new Campus will allow ABB to expand its production capacity by 50% and strengthen its capabilities to supply the growing European market. The European market for robotics is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7% through 2027. ABB has been investing heavily in its robotics facilities, and by the time the new Campus is completed, the company will have invested $450 million in its three robotics facilities since 2018.

Sami Atiya, the president of ABB’s Robotics & Discrete Automation Business Area, highlighted the significance of this investment in robotics and automation. He stated that the new Campus is a crucial part of ABB’s global growth strategy and will support European customers in their increased investment in robotics and AI. This investment is driven by factors such as industry reshoring, the demand for more sustainable supply chains, and long-term labor shortages.

The Robotics Campus will enable ABB to serve its customers more efficiently across various sectors, including automotive, electronics, logistics, healthcare, e-commerce, and pharmaceuticals. This move reflects ABB’s commitment to unlocking the full potential of automation and meeting the evolving needs of its customers.

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