Mecademic Robotics is expanding into some of the largest robotics markets in the world.
The Canadian robotics company has reached strategic agreements with new “value-added partners” which will enable it to grow into regional markets in the US, Canada, France, Germany, and Australia.
As the global market continues to see increased demand for small industrial robot arms, Mecademic says it has increased its production capacity and regional presence to better serve its customers.
Mecademic describes its new partners – which are Allied Automation (USA), The Knotts Company (USA), Electromate (Canada), Pagès Group (France), LMZ (Germany), and Andrew Donald Design Engineering (Australia) – as “cutting-edge automation solution providers”.
In addition to expanding its vendor network, Mecademic says it has had “sustained rapid revenue growth” thanks in large part to an increased demand for its robotic arms.
Earlier this month, Mecademic received Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Award.
The award “recognizes the world-class achievements of Canadian technology companies, highlighting their commitment to innovation, continued resilience amid a global pandemic, strong leadership, and rapid revenue growth”.