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Staubli opens USD 15-million facility in Bengaluru

Staubli opens USD 15-million facility in Bengaluru


Staubli opens USD 15-million facility in Bengaluru

Global industrial and mechatronic solution provider Staubli on Monday announced the opening of a USD 15-million facility for electrical and fluid connectors as well as robotics in Bengaluru.

With over 100 employees, the expansion demonstrates Staubli’s efforts towards local job creation and economic development as the company aims for double-digit growth in its Indian operations, Staubli said in a statement. It also houses training rooms for customers and employees, a warehouse, and a service centre, among others, bringing together functions such as engineering, sales, and customer services to streamline operations for better efficiency, the company said.

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“This facility will help us collaborate closely with stakeholders to fast-track our localisation efforts and strengthen local engineering capabilities to increase the St ubli footprint in India,” said Gurupad Bhat, Managing Director, Staubli Tec Systems India. With a focus on industries such as railway, automotive, pharma and power, the Swiss firm has dedicated divisions of electrical and fluid connectors, robotics and textiles. The 25,000-square feet office strengthens Staubli’s presence in the region, emphasising its commitment to nurturing growth and innovation in India, it said.

The company is dedicated to creating solutions that fit India’s unique demands, it said, adding, “India is poised to be the next growth engine for the St ubli Group and with this expansion, it aims for double-digit growth in its Indian operations”. “We recognise the boundless potential that India offers to our business. Strengthening our local engineering and manufacturing capabilities underscores our commitment to India’s growth and our valued partners,” said Gerald Vogt, Global Chief Executive Officer at Staubli.

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