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(June 27, 2018) -- In Elkhart County, and especially in the RV industry, there's a lot of vacant jobs that need filled. That's a problem that robots can come in to help, reported WNDU.

Elkhart County manufacturers turn robots to fill vacancies

ELKHART COUNTY, Ind. — In Elkhart County, and especially in the RV industry, there’s a lot of vacant jobs that need filled. That’s a problem that robots can come in to help, reported WNDU.

“What we’re looking to help do is eliminate some of the dull boring tasks that people don’t want to come to work and do every day,” Universal Robots Sales Development Manager Andrew Jones said.

By giving the robot the menial job of placing a single part, or moving one thing after another, focus can come off the labor shortage and into things that deserve thought and time. And now is the time to push robots to mid level factories because they’re getting cheaper and cheaper.

Read the full article at WNDU.

 

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