The demand for robotic welding and manufacturing is on the rise. In 2016 the demand for robotics in the metal industry rose by 39 percent. The increase in reliance on industrial robotics is a growing trend as companies compete to remain competitive globally. As business dynamics change, businesses must outdo bidders from all over the world. Cost, quality, efficiency and turnover time influence decision-making in business. This leads manufacturers and welders to look for solutions and alternatives that improve efficiencies.
Custom Fabrication and Welding News
In 2000 Swanton Welding branched out to Georgia, buying an 85,000 square foot building in Griffin. From there we have continued to expand our operation in Georgia, keeping up to date with the most innovative technologies and methods available. Our shop in Georgia is equipped with the latest tools for laser and robotic welding, among many other high-quality resources. Georgia industries in need of small production items or custom fabricated parts need to look no further. Read on to find out why Swanton Welding in Georgia continually meets, and surpasses, our customer’s highest quality standards and expectations.