Universal Robots advises Vietnam’s manufacturers to deploy cobots

  • Vietnam
  • Wednesday, 19 May 2021

Yokota Corporation's staff programming a collaborative robot from universal robots. — Photo Universal Robots

HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam): Universal Robots (UR), Denmark-based collaborative robots (cobots) manufacture, has advised Vietnam’s manufacturing industry leaders to implement cobots to address skills and labour shortage as well as achieve higher productivity.

In 2020, the manufacturing sector played a pivotal role in driving Vietnam’s economy, contributing to 5.82 per cent in the economy. Additionally, it accounts for 16.69 per cent of the GDP of Vietnam.

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