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FOOD INDUSTRY

Grain processing in the robotics era

Automated solutions are opening up new territories in the bread and baked goods sector. Robotics offers new options for traditional operations that handle recurring heavy loads such as molds.

Robotic arms now make it possible to maintain better control over the product even during proofing, score bread in any fashion while maintaining its shape and handle soft or fragile breads, all while maintaining the product’s organoleptic properties.

Our dedicated robot lines