New at www.zi-online.info: Special “Robot Handling”

From October, our website www.zi-online.info is starting a new section headed “Special”. Under this heading, plant engineering companies and suppliers to the clay brick and tile industry will exclusively present their portfolio and solutions in a particular field.

Our first “Special” partner is Keller HCW. In a Special on “Robot Handling” the Ibbenbüren-based machine engineering company will not only give us some interesting background information, but present different possibilities for the application of robots in the production process.

Robots are state of the art in brickworks and clay...

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