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ABB announces 2016 North American Robotics Value Provider Award winners

ABB announces 2016 North American Robotics Value Provider Award winners

July 19, 2016 – ABB, the global power and automation technology group, announced the 2016 North American Robotics Value Provider award winners. The awards were presented during ABB’s annual Robotics Value Provider Conference on June 9th in Atlanta, GA. 

Presenting the awards on behalf of ABB was Gustavo Sepulveda, ABB’s USA robotics general manager. The 2016 award winners are:

  • Most Innovative Solution Award Winner: GED Integrated Solutions
  • Outstanding Performance Co-Winner: Q Comp Technologies
  • Outstanding Performance Co-Winner: CIM Systems Inc.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award Winner: BluePrint Robotics

Accepting the awards were Bill Weaver, president and CEO, GED Integrated Solutions; Greg Whitney, vice president of engineering and manufacturing, Q Comp Technologies; Aaron Hogarth, regional sales manager, CIM Systems, Inc.; and Aaron Johnson, vice president and general manager, BluePrint Robotics. 

“It is an honor to recognize these Value Providers with their respective awards,” said Sepulveda. “Each company demonstrated innovation, outstanding performance and leadership in their specific areas of expertise.”

ABB’s Robotics Value Provider Program is a part of an ABB wide global third party channel program.  Within Robotics, the ABB Authorized Value Providers consists of automation integrators that meet both ABB’s and our customer’s high standards.  Many of our Value Provider partners have worked with ABB Robotics for 20 years or more and are recognized for their leadership within the robotics industry.

About ABB

ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 150,000 people.
 

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