New OnRobot Area Sales Manager in Poland and the Baltics

New OnRobot Area Sales Manager…

OnRobot has appointed Wojciech Kuchno as the Area Sales Manager for Poland and the Baltics. Wojciech Kuchno will be responsible for developing the partner network, cooperating with clients and building awareness. His responsibilities will also include working with other vendors to integrate OnRobot products with a wide range of robotic solutions.

Collaborative applications - simple and universal automation

“Companies have different priorities – increasing production volume, quality, reducing costs or meeting safety requirements, and modern robotic solutions can help in this. In the region managed by Wojciech Kuchno, we see the greatest potential for using collaborative applications in the automotive, food and beverage, electronics, pharma and chemistry, metal and machinery segments, but the possibilities are practically unlimited. The flexibility brought by robotization allows to scale business and become more resistant to the market situation – companies recognize these aspects,” says Vikram Kumar, General Manager for EMEA at OnRobot.

Quick implementation, flexibility of use, easy programming and redeployment to a new process – these are the key features of OnRobot solutions and collaborative applications – safe, easy-to-use robotic processes carried out by smaller robots with or without human intervention.

Wojciech Kuchno, new OnRobot Area Sales Manager in Poland and the Baltics

“We are talking about such popular applications as packaging and palletizing, material handling, machine tending, quality control, assembly and surface finishing. The ability to use our tools with most cobots and light industrial robots available on the market facilitates implementation, reduces costs and speeds up the automation process,” says Wojciech Kuchno, Area Sales Manager for Poland and the Baltics at OnRobot.

Wojciech Kuchno joined OnRobot on July 7, 2021. He is a graduate of the Warsaw University of Technology, majoring in Mechanics and Machine Design at the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering. For eleven years Wojciech has been dealing with industrial automation, with particular emphasis on drives and control in the field of robotics – he worked in technical and sales positions at Parvalux and Ultra Robotics. Privately, he is interested in military history, speedway, football and the NBA league.