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Formic Open House: Robotic Palletizer Demo February 29, 2024
Join us as we celebrate the opening of the new Formic office in Woodridge, IL. We are partnering with the Chicagoland Food & Beverage Network to share automation information, provide demonstrations of robotic case stacking onto pallets, and answer all of your questions on the best ways to bring automation into your facility and production processes.
Formic Engineers & Technicians Will Provide:
- Robotic Case Packing Onto Pallet Demonstrations
- Information on Robotics-as-a-Service
- Explain Differences Between Cobots and Industrial Palletizing Robots
- Tips on Adopting Automation
- Breakfast & Networking
Date & Time:
Thursday, February 29, 2024
10210 Werch Drive, Suite 205
Woodridge, IL 60517
In Partnership With:
Founded in 2020, Formic is accelerating the adoption of automation across small to mid-sized U.S. manufacturers and boosting productivity by removing the risk, complexity, upfront capital, and expertise that typically exist as barriers to onboarding this transformative technology. Our “Robotics-as-a-Service” model delivers automation at a low hourly rate with contractually guaranteed performance. Customers only pay for the time the machines are producing for the business.
With a full-service offering that includes everything from specifying and deployment to 24/7 monitoring, maintenance, and upgrades - all for $0, we're creating an innovative and accessible competitive advantage for small and mid-sized factories to enable scale and growth that was once only available to large companies.
Trusted by America's Small & Mid-Market Manufacturers
“Formic has skin in the game because they're incentivized based on when the machine is running, not when it is down.”
“Formic really centralizes and democratizes the capabilities of robotics in a way we've never seen before.”
“We've been looking at automation for a few years... Not having any upfront costs (with Formic) was very attractive and helped ease the minds of owners during our capital planning meetings.”