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New Kinpo Group (NKG) Brings Its Comprehensive Suite of XYZprinting Additive Manufacturing and New Era AI Robotic Factory and Service Solutions to IMTS

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  • Introducing Several New Professional-Grade 3D Printers
  • Unveiling Full Suite of AI Powered Factory and Service Robotics

New Kinpo Group (NKG), a leading global contract manufacturing provider, announced today a significant industry 4.0 portfolio expansion powered by two of its subsidiaries, XYZprinting and New Era AI Robotic, designed to extend its combined additive manufacturing and robotics leadership and presence in North America. In connection with this announcement, the company plans to debut several new professional-grade 3D printers together with never-before-seen AI-powered factory and service robotics from New Kinpo Group at IMTS 2018.

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“We are very proud to combine the best of our additive and robotics capabilities and present at IMTS the full capabilities of our company’s industry 4.0 solutions,” said Simon Shen, CEO New Kinpo Group. “As one of the world’s largest electronics contract manufacturing service providers, with projected annual revenue of $6 billion, employing over 42,000 professionals around the world, we live industry 4.0 inside our 28 factories every day. For nearly two decades, we have been developing proprietary factory and service robotics technology for our own use,” continued Shen. “After decades of internal development and large-scale deployment of some 1,000 Kiva-like automated guided vehicles (AGVs), we are thrilled to commercialize our latest solutions for the benefit of manufacturing and service customers worldwide,” concluded Shen

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