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Mobile Industrial Robots Opens Its Largest North American Office

Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) has opened its largest office in North America to accommodate continued growth across the continent. The new two-building, 7,376 sq. ft. office in Holbrook, NY, replaces the Danish company's first international office, opened in the same city in 2016. It also includes MiR's first showroom outside of the company's headquarters in Odense, designed to showcase its range of mobile robots and various applications. With the new facility, the company expects to add at least seven new employees within the next year to the 13 already in the U.S.

"With North America continuing to be our largest market at 30% of total sales, we have simply outgrown our smaller office here in New York in only three short years," said Ed Mullen, Vice President of Sales, Americas, MiR. "In fact, we have actually doubled sales in the U.S. compared to last year as companies from various industries discover how AMRs can automate internal transport to help optimize workflow, increase productivity and reduce costs. The growth potential is huge, with many of our multinational customers now investing in multiple AMRs."

For more information contact:

Ed Mullen

Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR)

1340-2 Lincoln Ave.

Holbrook, NY 11741


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