Hills Robotics (CEO Park Myung-gyu), a Korean distribution robot company, signed an MOU with Sari Teknologi (CEO Yohanes Kurnia), an Indonesian robot company, to expand business in the Indonesian market.
Through this agreement, Sari Teknologi will provide business support by targeting the Indonesian market as a sales channel for Hills Robotics’ warehouse robot (Lo-robot), guide robot (Hey-bot), museum docent robot (Hi-bot), and medical service robot (Meca-bot).
In addition, Sari Teknologi announced that it will actively support the supply of Hills Robotics’ medical service robots to the University Hospital of Gunadarma University in Indonesia.
Yohanes Kurnia, CEO of Sari Technology, said, “We have been supplying Japanese industrial robots, but we believe that Korean robots, which are more affordable and of better quality than Japanese robots, have great potential. We look forward to pursuing various collaborations between the two companies based on this agreement.
Park Myung-gyu, CEO of Hills Robotics, said, “Through this cooperation agreement, Hills Robotics now has the opportunity to supply Lo-Robot, the warehouse robot, to the Indonesian market. We will create an opportunity for large-scale export of ‘Lo-robot’, an intelligent distribution robot based on the Solomon software, to the factory automation and distribution automation system fields in Indonesia”.
Hills Robotics is a robotics company located in Pangyo Techno Valley, Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do Province. Hills Robotics is also working with Korea Midland Power Company, which operates seven power plants in Indonesia, on a smart power plant project that effectively solves climate change and other environmental problems. The company has won the Innovation Award at CES, an electronic device exhibition in Las Vegas, USA, for three consecutive years from 2021 to 2023.
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