Addverb Technologies inaugurates Robots manufacturing facility ‘Bot-Valley’ in Noida



Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, inaugurats the Addverb facility.

Addverb Technologies, certainly one of India’s greatest Automation and Robotics corporations, has launched its Rs 75 crore manufacturing facility in Noida. The firm mentioned that the facility has a capability to fabricate greater than 50,000 robots of various varieties in a yr, and is supplied with best-in-class electronics and mechanical machines.

“We have entered a nascent paradigm shift (industry 4.0) where technology will help Addverb meet the growing needs and demand of the present business ecosystem. Robotics holds huge potential in streamlining the processes across industries right from retail to healthcare and from warehousing to supply chain,” mentioned Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, who inaugurated the Addverb facility.

Spread over 2.5 acres of land, this new manufacturing unit is supplied with the best-in-class electronics and mechanical machines and has a capability to fabricate greater than 50,000 Robots of various varieties in a yr. This one-in-a-kind manufacturing hub will make use of 450 workforce and supply equality and empowerment to each women and men. 

Even with elevated demand for automation, the penetration of robotics, particularly in the small and medium enterprises, remains to be low in India in comparison with the worldwide common.

“With the establishment of this world-class facility, we will be able to project India as a R&D epicentre of the world and share knowledge and encourage Indian manufacturers to embrace our game changing technologies and become best-in-class manufacturers for local and global markets,” mentioned Sangeet Kumar, Founder & CEO, Addverb Technologies.

Established in 2016 and mentored by Jalaj Dani, Addverb Technologies have streamlined the method for a lot of retail giants of the nation via its modern merchandise and options.

It has established a worldwide footprint by buying prospects in Europe, South-East Asia and Australia, and established 100 per cent subsidiary corporations in Singapore, Australia and The Netherlands.

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