DUBLIN, December 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dplj24/global_industrial) has announced the addition of the "Global Industrial Robotics Market in Food and Beverage Industry 2015-2019" report to their offering.
Segmentation of the global industrial robotics market in the food and beverage industry by type (articulated, Cartesian, SCARA, and delta), by application (palletizing, packaging, pick and place, and processing), and by geography (the Americas, EMEA, and APAC). ABB, FANUC, Kawasaki Robotics, KUKA, and Yaskawa Electric are the key vendors analyzed in the report.
Market outlook of the industrial robotics market in the food and beverage industry
The market research analysts expect the global industrial robotics market in the food and beverage industry to multiply at an incredible rate, posting a CAGR of close to 29% during the forecast period. Factors such as the demand for clean and contamination-free production areas is driving the manufacturers to deploy industrial automation in the food and beverage industry. Countries such as Japan, the US, South Korea, and Australia have a higher demand for industrial robots in their food and beverage
GTRI, a nonprofit research institute in the US, developed robots for deboning meat in 1999. Similarly, DeLaval developed the world's first robotic rotary dairy in 2006. Ever since, there has been an exponential increase in adoption of robots in the food and beverage industry in countries that include Australia, China, Mexico, Germany, and the US.
Segmentation of the industrial robotics market in the food and beverage industry by type
Segmentation of the industrial robotics market in the food and beverage industry by application
- Pick and place
Top vendors in this market are
- Kawasaki Robotics
- Yaskawa Electric
According to the report, the increasing labor cost has forced the manufacturers to opt for automation to counter the growing cost of labor and raw materials. Robots and automation help the food and beverage industry to improve the production process by reducing the wastage and downtime of the plants. Industrial robots are most suitable for dull, repetitive, and dangerous jobs and can operate at a faster pace than human labor.
Further, the report states that the demand for industrial robots in the food and beverage industry is always hampered by the high initial cost.
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