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Stäubli Robotics announces appointment of new head of pharma and medical device

DUNCAN, SC – Stäubli announced today that Olivier Cremoux has been appointed Deputy Head of Pharma and Medical Device for Stäubli Robotics North America.

Cremoux joined Stäubli Group in 2015 before transferring to Stäubli Corporation as the North American Business Development Manager for Robotics in 2018. Most recently, he became Key Account Manager – Pharma and will maintain this role throughout the transition period.  Cremoux will use his experience to help build the Medical Robotics team while focusing on the Pharma and Medical Device specific markets.

Cremoux graduated from the National Institute of Science Applied of Lyon (France) with a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering.

Commenting on the announcement, North American Robotics Division Manager, Sebastien Schmitt stated, “We are pleased to announce Mr. Cremoux as Stäubli Robotics North American Deputy Head of Pharma and Medical Device. We believe Mr. Cremoux is the right leader for Pharma and Medical Device as we continue to expand our growing team.  This is an important step in setting up an organization fully dedicated to the pharmaceutical industry to build on our existing expertise in a number of high‑tech markets.”

Olivier Cremoux: “I am honored by such an opportunity within Stäubli Robotics.  The Pharma and Medical Device is a strategic and growing market in which Stäubli has provided, for over 20 years, significant technological innovations.  High throughput screening, aseptic fill/finish, orthopedic surgery, bio-printing and cell culturing are examples of processes where Stäubli Robotics started as a pioneer and became a reference. With COVID-19 pandemic, robotics became even more essential to our customers, from drug production to Covid test manufacturing.  In North America, we will continue the development of our organization to ensure all current and future needs of our customers.”

About Stäubli Robotics

Stäubli Robotics is a leading global player in robotics, consistently delivering engineering as effective and reliable as our service and support. A complete solutions provider for digitally networked production, Stäubli offers a broad range of 4- and 6-axis robots including robotic arms designed specifically for sensitive environments, autonomous mobile robots, driver-less transport systems (AGVs) and cobots for human-robot collaboration.  www.Stäubli.com/robotics 

About Stäubli North America

Stäubli North America has more than 200 employees supporting Connectors, Robotics and Textiles customers. The company’s North American headquarters is in Duncan, South Carolina. Stäubli provides customer support through its locations in Duncan, Queretaro, Mexico, and the newest Stäubli North American facility, which opened in 2018 in Novi, Michigan. In addition to 24/7 customer support, each of these facilities offers training and has dedicated on-site technical experts who can be deployed whenever needed. Stäubli’s North American sales force is located strategically on the West and East coasts, and also serves Canada and Puerto Rico.

Worldwide, Stäubli is a leading manufacturer of quick release couplings, robotics systems and textile machinery. With a workforce of more than 5,500 employees, Stäubli is present in 29 countries supported by a comprehensive distribution network in 50 countries worldwide.

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