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Dabur officials and India’s ambassador at the launch of the new robot

Dabur officials and India’s ambassador at the launch of the new robot



Dabur launches industrial robot

The ABB Robotic Palletizer Model IRB-460 that will increase the speed, reach and payload in Dabur’s production process, will operate in the company’s facility in Ras Al Khaimah

August 2017

Dabur International, a leading personal and healthcare company, recently inaugurated the company’s first industrial robot to be used in its manufacturing plants globally, at its factory in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.

The ABB Robotic Palletizer Model IRB-460, a leading automation technology that will increase the speed, reach and payload in Dabur’s production process, will operate in the company’s facility in Ras Al Khaimah, said a statement from the company.

The ABB Robotic Palletizer Model IRB-460 is considered the best throughput in class by high speed and payload. It is an exceptionally fast 4-axis machine that combines a 2.4-meter reach with a 110g payload that can palletise bags, boxes, crates, and bottles, among others.

Navdeep Suri, India’s Ambassador to the UAE, inaugurated the new system.

Dabur’s new robot at its plant in RAK, UAE

Dabur’s new robot at its plant in RAK, UAE

Suri, who toured the production facility, expressed his appreciation of the scale of Dabur’s global expansion as an Indian brand that has been a household name for generations, it said.

The group viewed the company’s hair oils, hair cream, shampoo, hair gels and toothpastes’ production lines. The global trend towards going back to natural and herbal products for personal care is one of the factors that propelled Dabur’s international growth, offering markets worldwide with a range of products that carry the tradition and science that is uniquely developed from India, it added.

Dabur International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dabur India, has an overall turnover of more than $1.3 billion and a market capitalisation of around $8 billion.

Dabur’s International Business Division headquartered in Dubai is the cornerstone of its growth strategy, reaching a milestone of Dh1 billion ($272.2 million) within only eight years of its existence, it said.

Mohit Malhotra, CEO of Dabur, said: “It is our honour to have Suri visit our facility and we thank him for his presence as we introduce our latest technology to ensure better efficiency in our production as we move ahead with our plans towards automation.”

“Following our continued success in providing natural herbal-based products in the Middle East region and worldwide, we hope to increase our output while save on cost to retain the competitiveness of our brands,” he said.

“It is a timely investment in line with our efforts to advance our technological capacity as we recognise the UAE’s importance as a global hub serving the growing international demand for our company’s wide range of personal care brands which is why we launched the ABB Robotic Palletizer in our plant here in the region,” he added.




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