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Stäubli in Vietnam

New office in Ho Chi Minh City

Effective April 27, 2017, Stäubli has a new representative office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The office mainly serves Textile customers in the Vietnamese market, and further extend Stäubli’s presence in South East Asia.

Address:
STAUBLI (H.K.) Ltd. Representative Office
Room 601, 6/F., No. 60 Nguyen Van Thu Street
Da Kao Ward, District 1
Ho Chi Minh City / Vietnam

Phone: +84 8 3911 2133
Fax: +84 8 3911 2155
E-mail: vietnam@staubli.com 
About Stäubli
Stäubli is a mechatronics solutions provider with three dedicated activities: Connectors, Robotics and Textile. With a global workforce of over 4,500, Stäubli is an international group headquartered in Pfäffikon, Switzerland. Worldwide, Stäubli operates twelve industrial production sites and 29 subsidiaries, expanded with a network of agents in 50 countries, delivering innovative solutions to all industrial sectors.
Techtextil

May 9-12, 2017, Frankfurt a.M., Germany

Stäubli welcomes you to the leading trade fair for technical textiles at its Booth B02 in Hall 3.0.
Technical textiles, especially woven technical fabrics have a wide spectrum of applications, but the process of manufacturing them is very challenging. Stäubli offers a comprehensive programme of systems and solutions that can be integrated in the manufacturing process of all sorts of woven technical fabrics, thereby optimising production. Stäubli solutions excel in terms of precision, flexibility and long service life.
Productivity for high-volume fabrics
Visitors to the Stäubli booth will see many examples, including the MAGMA T12 warp-tying machine, which reliably ties technical and course yarns, thereby ensuring smooth processing and short idle times of the weaving machine during warp changes.
Visitors will also learn details about production speeds of the robust shed-formation machines for dobby weavers, enabled by e.g. the UNIVAL 500. The servo technology of this machine also allows individual control of every single heald frame, and thus the creation of very specific shed openings.
Flexibility for R&D for new applications
At a special demonstration stand, visitors will experience the unlimited shed formation possibilities of the UNIVAL 100 Jacquard machine, the optimal basis for R&D, providing cost-effective production of even the most complex textiles for new applications. Servo-drive control of each individual thread makes it possible to achieve shedding parameters never seen before, such as asymmetrical shed openings, and multiple shed openings.
TF weaving system – individually configurable and future oriented  
This weaving system can be adapted exactly to the requirements of the article being woven, including all system components in every phase of the weaving process. The flexibility that this offers enables the weaving mill to realise new creations and produce them cost effectively – and gain a leadership position in the technical textile market.
To find out all about technical textiles and Stäubli solutions, visit us at our booth and read more at www.technical-fabrics-solutions.com. www.techtextil.com
125 years of Stäubli

Reliable innovation since 1892

In 2017, Stäubli celebrates a milestone in its rich history. 125 years ago, in 1892, the company was founded in a small workshop at the lake of Zurich/Switzerland, and has since grown to an international group with 12 production sites and business units in 29 countries on all continents.
  
Stäubli delivers innovative mechatronic solutions for higher productivity to all industrial sectors. Our commitment to quality, service and excellence will continue to shape our company’s vision as we look to the future.
We would like to take this opportunity to give thanks to our employees and customers who continue to make our success possible.
About Stäubli
Stäubli is a mechatronics solutions provider with three dedicated activities: Connectors (both fluid and electrical), Robotics and Textile. With a global workforce of over 4,500, the company generates annual turnover surpassing 1.1 billion Swiss francs. Originally founded in 1892 as a small workshop in Horgen/Zurich, today Stäubli is an international group headquartered in Pfäffikon, Switzerland. 
Interpack 2017

May 4-10, Düsseldorf, Germany

Welcome to interpack 17 Interpack is the must-attend event of the year for the food, confectionery, bakery, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and non-food industries. Exhibitors from all over the world will be showcasing a variety of solutions and innovative concepts for the varied and highly individualized needs of the packaging industry. Visit Stäubli at Booth F03 in Hall 16 At Interpack (May 4-10, 2017), Stäubli Robotics will be presenting innovative, forward-looking solutions for an assortment of packaging tasks. Stäubli the clean consistent, ultra-fast, high-performance robots will illustrate to manufacturers ways to increase profitability.  Higher productivity for your packaging process The FAST picker TP80 is a prime example of what Stäubli terms “high speed”. The machine is capable of 200 picks per minute, and that includes special versions with a 200mm Z-lift or operating with food-grade lubricant. In Düsseldorf, you have the opportunity to see for yourself the robots performing extremely fast pick & place sequences that open up new dimensions in cycle times. For applications in the highly sensitive food and pharmaceutical industries, Stäubli will be exhibiting specially adapted models, including HE and Stericlean versions. While the splash-proof HE variants are perfectly compatible with the cleaning processes that apply in the food industry, the Stericlean robots can operate even in sterile production areas. You can also find out what the world’s fastest Safe Robots of the TX-2 generation have to offer in terms of Industry 4.0 and human-robot collaboration. Visit our stand and discover the latest automation options for all conceivable handling and packaging tasks. See you in Düsseldorf!
Multi-Contact is now Stäubli Electrical Connectors

Effective January 1, 2017

Multi-Contact, the leading international manufacturer of electrical contacts and system solutions for industrial applications has been founded in Basel, Switzerland in 1962, and has been part of the Stäubli Group since 2002. 
Stäubli Electrical Connectors (formerly Multi-Contact) has been known for sophisticated connection solutions – a promise of quality that will endure under the new Stäubli brand. By taking over the name and brand identity of the Stäubli Group, the electrical connectors specialist will ensure access to expanded research and development resources in the long term and thus ensure the innovative strength needed to develop solutions for customer needs in the future.
Stäubli Electrical Connectors serves diverse industrial segments worldwide. The product portfolio ranges from miniature connectors up to high-power connectors for power transmission, test and measurement, transportation, photovoltaics and many other industries. The core of all electrical connectors is the unique MULTILAM contact technology. 
“We will now offer the entire spectrum of connection technology, which in such manner is unique on the world market, under the Stäubli brand” says Franco Delvecchio, CEO of Stäubli Electrical Connectors and member of the Executive Committee of the Stäubli Group.
About Stäubli
Stäubli is an international provider of innovative mechatronic solutions in the areas of connector systems (both electrical and fluid), robots, and textile machines. The company was founded in Switzerland in 1892 and is still family-owned. Today, the company is active in 29 countries with over 4,500 employees and a sales and service network in 50 countries
Welcome to our new website!

Redesigned and fully responsive staubli.com

We are proud to announce the release of our newly redesigned website www.staubli.com. We have freshened-up and modernized our appearance. In a first step the 10 most frequently visited pages appear the new design. The remaining pages will be redesigned during 2017, improving the user experience for visitors in a responsive layout for all platforms. The new website continues to support a total of 13 languages.

Explore the site to learn more about our full spectrum of services to improve your industrial productivity. About Stäubli
Stäubli is an international provider of innovative mechatronic solutions in the areas of connector systems (both electrical and fluid), robots, and textile machines. The company was founded in Switzerland in 1892 and is still family-owned. Today the company is active in 25 countries with over 4,500 employees and a sales and service network in 50 countries.
Industrial Hannover Fair

April 24-28, 2017

Technology spectacular at the Hanover Fair Stäubli Robotics and Fluid Connectors will be demonstrating the future of automation at their joint stand – B04 in Hall 17. The Industry 4.0-compatible TX2 generation of robots has made rapid advances and is now able to cope with all levels of human-robot collaboration. What’s more, Stäubli has got the fastest Safe Robots around on the move. See the new HelMo robot in action at the Hanover Fair, a mobile assembly system that is Stäubli’s contribution to the next stage in the development of human-robot interaction. Stäubli’s specialist Connectors division has brought enhanced flexibility and autonomy to robot applications with its fully automatic tool changing systems. See for yourself the level of performance achieved by these MPS systems in a demo application. The tool changers comply with the most stringent safety standards and are now available in almost all load classes. On a separate stand at the fair – C43 in Hall 20 – Fluid Connectors will be providing fascinating insights into the world of quick couplings. These range from mono-couplings to both manual and fully automated multi-couplings, representing the latest in system solutions for all industries. At Stand B49 in Hall 11, Stäubli Electrical Connectors will be showcasing their electrical plug-in connectors and ready-made all-round solutions. The modular CombiTac system is the ideal choice for industrial automation, featuring a high number of mating cycles whilst ensuring reliable and secure connection. The wide variety of modules for signals, data, power, fluid and pneumatics permits almost limitless combinations for the configuration of electrical and hybrid connectors. Don’t miss this opportunity to be inspired by the Stäubli trade fair teams as they present these pioneering developments in the automation sector. We look forward to seeing you there. Your Stäubli teams
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