FANUC America Announces Expansion Plans for Michigan

  FANUC America Announces Expansion Plans for Michigan

6. August 2018 – FANUC America Corporation, a supplier of robots, CNC systems, ROBOMACHINE and industrial IoT solutions, announced plans to build a new facility in Auburn Hills, MI, used for engineering, product development, manufacturing and warehousing.

FANUC's products are used in a number of industries, including the automotive, aerospace, consumer, food and pharmaceutical industries, to name a few. Since 1982, the company's paint robots and a variety of automation software products have been designed and built in Michigan. With the addition of the new North Campus building, FANUC America's three facilities in Michigan total 1,115,525 square feet.

FANUC America's North Campus is scheduled to open in the fall of 2019; The company will make an official ground-breaking ceremony later this year.
The $ 51 million extension, which is expected to create 100 jobs, received a $ 1 million Michigan Business Development Program incentive grant. The Auburn Hills site was selected through a rival location in Illinois, and the city offered a $ 3,504,000 tax relief to support the project.

About FANUC America Corporation

FANUC America Corporation is a subsidiary of FANUC CORPORATION in Japan, providing industry-leading robotics, CNC systems and factory automation. FANUC's technologies and know-how are designed to help manufacturers in the US maximize productivity, reliability and profitability.

 FANUC America Announces Expansion Plans for Michigan

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