Abel Womack Enters into a Partnership Agreement with Fuji Robotics

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Abel Womack, a provider of material handling equipment and integrated solutions, announced a partnership agreement as the Regional Dealer for Fuji Robotics, world leader in robotic palletizers.

Abel Womack, a provider of material handling equipment and integrated solutions, announced a partnership agreement as the Regional Dealer for Fuji Robotics, world leader in robotic palletizers.

As a total solutions provider, Abel Womack chose to partner with Fuji Robotics because its advanced packaging and palletizing technology complimented the extensive line of automated conveyor and other products already represented by Abel Womack.

Abel Womack is constructing a demonstration and training area in their Lawrence, MA headquarters with an EC-201 high speed robot. It is expected to be open by mid July 2008. Visit their website, http://www.abelwomack.com for the latest information on this new product line and to book a demonstration with the new robotic palletizer.

"Fuji Robotics represents another arrow in our quiver toward our goal of offering material handling solutions to every challenge our customers face." said John Croce, President of Abel Womack.

Fuji Robotics (Fuji Yusoki Kogyo Co., Ltd.) was established in 1944 and is headquartered in Japan. In 1982 the company introduced the Fuji-Ace Robot palletizer and became the first Palletizing Robot manufacturer in the world. Last year the company installed over 9,000 Fuji-Ace robots worldwide. With offices and factories in several countries, the Fuji Group employs approximately 300 people with an annual sales volume of $110 million.

For nearly 100 years, Abel Womack, Inc. (http://www.abelwomack.com) has specialized in providing superior materials handling equipment including Raymond lift trucks, carousels, conveyors as well as engineering design and implementation services. Today, with a staff of over 200 employees across New England, Metro NY and Connecticut, Abel Womack provides total materials handling solutions across a wide range of industries and clients including grocery, retail, apparel, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, parcel delivery, and third party logistics (3PL) firms.

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