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  1. B&R is now ABB’s global center for machine and factory automation

    B&R is now ABB’s global center for machine and factory automation. Following approval by EU competition authorities, the acquisition became legally effective on July 6, 2017. B&R will operate as an independent business unit within the ABB Group’s Industrial Automation division. Division President Peter Terwiesch and B&R Managing Director Hans Wimmer announced an array of…

  2. New B&R Brochures on IIoT Now Available

    B&R has released three new brochures detailing their IIoT capabilities, woodworking applications, and more. Download them below! Innovative technology for the consumer goods industry. Innovative solutions for the woodworking industry. B&R and Industrial Internet of Things. Kundinger has been serving the Fluid Power, Industrial Automation and Process Control markets for more than 55 years. Whether…

  3. 3 Ways the IIoT Can Change Your Operations

    By the year 2020, businesses will spend over $500 billion worldwide on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – and that’s what the experts are calling a “conservative estimate.” If you’re going to stay ahead of the curve, you need to put your IIoT knowledge to work. Here are four ways IIoT technology can drastically…

  4. 5 Things to Consider Before Installing a New Conveyor System

    If you’re looking to purchase a new conveyor system, there are a lot of details to consider when planning the installation. Efficiency can make or break your operations, so it’s important to consider every facet of your conveyor needs before diving in head first. Here are our top five things to consider before installation.

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