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Stauber's acquisition of WFT further strengthens stauber's global position in the field of industrial robots

on August 23, stauber group, the global leader in mechatronics solutions, announced in faficon, Switzerland that it had acquired 70% of the shares of WFT GmbH & Co. kg. WFT is headquartered in Sulzbach Rosenberg, Germany. WFT has been an engineering design expert in the field of special machinery and mobile platforms for two decades. This acquisition is in line with the sustainable development strategy of stauber group, which has more than 900 international standard booths. At the same time, it also injects innovative power into the group's new fields such as automated guided vehicles (AGVS) and automated additional equipment

the acquisition of 70% shares of WFT company adds professional solutions to the extensive product portfolio of stauber, which is a great opportunity to further expand its product range. All employees under the acquisition business will join the industrial robot business department of stauber, and the plant located in Sulzbach Rosenberg will also be installed faster and become a part of stauber's global production network. The system will automatically exit the status of parts that can be directly seen by users. The new company will operate under the name of Staubli WFT GmbH

following the recent acquisition of RS Roman Seliger, located in Norderstedt, Germany, and its merger into the fluid connector business unit, the new addition of WFT once again perfectly fits the group's strategy, aiming to combine internal growth with targeted acquisitions to provide customers with continuously innovative products and technologies

stauber and WFT have established an active and innovative partnership in the field of AGV and mobile platforms. On this basis, this acquisition will further strengthen stobil's global position in the field of industrial robots

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