Japan Robotics Maker To Open U.S. Plant To Serve Device Makers, Others
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan's Amada, a maker of industrial robots, said it plans to open a factory in the United States in 2016, in part to meet increasing demands from U.S. makers of medical devices.
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