MUNICH, July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- China's leading robot producer HIT Robot Group (HRG) drew rave reviews at Automatica 2016, an international exhibition for automation and robotics in Munich, Germany, successfully displaying its role as a "golden partner" for overseas companies keen on exploring the huge potential of the Chinese market.
As China's pioneering robotics industry player, HRG took full advantage of the show in Munich, attended by over 800 companies, including the world's top technology companies, ABB, KUKA, IBG and YASKAWA, to exhibit its cutting-edge technologies and valuable know-how about the domestic market.
"We have received positive reactions from visitors and international counterparts at the exhibition, which will inspire HRG to upgrade our products and technologies," said Zhu Lei, Vice-president of HRG. "We believe that a consolidated tie-up with the world's leading players in the robotics industry will be of far-reaching significance to China's robotics industry."
More than 100 companies showed their interest in HRG's service robots during the four-day exhibition, with HRG's robots for food delivery, greeting robots and educational robots grabbing the most attention. Other products displayedincluded healthcare robot parts and industrial robot software. Automated guided vehicles (AGV) also attracted much cooperation intention. In addition, HRG's industrial robot business unit made a rosy debut at the show with at least 20 companies expressing their desire for partnering or co-operating with the Chinese company.
HRG can offer a wide range of tailor-made services to its partners and clients, ranging from consultancy and consultation technical support to products and integrated solutions. To date, HRG's overseas partners include ABB, KUKA and HOCOMA on robot products and education services.
The Chinese company is aiming high through tie-ups with big-name global companies that can help it enhance research and development capabilities, hone the skills of its staff and explore new areas for further growth on the domestic market.
Foreign companies that have plans to enter China's robot market can also reap huge benefits from partnering with HRG, as combined efforts to spur technology development and the vast network operated by the Chinese company canaccelerate their expansions into the world's largest robot market.
Zhu said he is highly confident that HRG will become a "golden partner" with a clutch of international companies after it impressed counterparts and visitors on the exhibition.
"HRG is now taking a global view in bolstering its future growth," said Zhu. "Our strategy of becoming a global partner for international companies results from our resolution to internationalize the businesses to eventually boost the intelligent manufacturing of China."
Furthermore, by attending the upcoming China-Russia Expo on July 11, HRG also hopes to make the most of its geographic location to strengthen cooperation with Russian companies to tap both markets.