Kawasaki Heavy Industries concludes a technical tie-up with US-based Unimation. Business is commenced as a manufacturer of Pioneer robots in Japan.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries becomes the first company in Japan to commence the production and sales of industrial robots.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries' section in charge of robot maintenance and after-purchase service is split off and Kawasaki Robotics, Ltd., is established.
The Company is merged with Kawasaki Machine Systems, Ltd., as well as with the Kawasaki Heavy Industries' robot sales division and Kawasaki Gas Turbine Service Technos, Ltd., a company providing maintenance and after-purchase service for gas turbines.
The section in charge of robot maintenance and after-purchase service is split off from Kawasaki Machine Systems, Ltd., and Kawasaki Robot Service, Ltd., is established. At the same time, the section in charge of robot sales commences transactions as a robot business center for Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
K-COMMIT, which is designed to reduce the downtime of robots utilizing the IoT to zero, is showcased by us in our role as a service section of Kawasaki Heavy Industries at an international robot exhibition in 2015.
Thirtieth anniversary of our establishment as a service company.