Endoline Robotics is celebrating after being honoured at the inaugural Robotics & Automation Awards – scooping the coveted ‘Best New or Small Company’ award.
Launched in late 2019 by parent company, Endoline Automation, Endoline Robotics was also shortlisted within the ‘Innovation in the Warehouse’ category, following a record order for a global food manufacturer.
Valued at £2.5 million, the order, which was the largest, most complex, and innovative installation in Endoline Automation’s 42-year history, is testament to the remarkable success of Endoline Robotics in just four short years.
The accolades also acknowledge the company’s success in embedding itself fully into a well-established market as a premium end-of-line robotic palletising supplier, even though it was launched just months before the pandemic.
At a time when many machinery investment plans were paused, Endoline Robotics witnessed a tenfold increase in turnover in its first two years, installing robotic systems which significantly increased productivity for its customers.
Launched to highlight innovation demonstrated by both British and international organisations in the application of robotic or automated solutions, the Robotics & Automation Awards were held at The De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, London, at the end of October.
“We are delighted to have won in the ‘Best New or Small Company’ category and recognised within the ‘Innovation in the Warehouse’ category,” comments Andrew Yates, Managing Director of Endoline Automation. “The launch of Endoline Robotics, as a separate, sister company, was not only underpinned by Endoline Automation’s strong reputation but backed by robust market intelligence and a team of highly skilled people with excellent technical design and engineering expertise.”
Receiving the award are (Centre L) Endoline’s Richard Yates Operations Director and (Centre R) Andrew Yates, Managing Director.