Mobile Robot Maker Resgreen Relocates Manufacturing HQ to Shelby Twp.

Mobile robot company Resgreen Group International has announced the relocation of its manufacturing and production headquarters to Shelby Township. The location of the new facility will be announced soon.
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The Wanda SD in a cafeteria.
Resgreen Group International has relocated its manufacturing and production headquarters to Shelby Township to increase capacity on robots like the Wanda SD mobile sanitizing unit pictured here. // Courtesy of Resgreen

Mobile robot company Resgreen Group International has announced the relocation of its manufacturing and production headquarters to Shelby Township. The location of the new facility will be announced soon.

Resgreen’s portfolio includes artificial intelligence robots, autonomous mobile robots, and automated guided vehicles. It also provides consulting services including backend operational oversight, material handling assessment, work-flow analysis, and steady state yield management.

“We are very excited to be expanding into a larger facility and working closely with Atlantic Precision Products in order to increase efficiency in our production and manufacturing process,” says Parsh Patel, CEO of Resgreen. “The move opens up incredible opportunities for the company and solidifies the JIT (Just-In-Time) delivery process. With the JIT management system, we will be able to increase efficiency and minimize inventory costs.”

This move is being made due to meet increased product demand and rapid development needs for current and future products. The company will work closely Atlantic Precision Products — one of their primary suppliers — to add a new level of quality and efficiency to the development process.

Their newest product is the Wanda SD, a lightweight disinfecting robot that can be guided by a smart device to automatically sanitize areas as small as hotel rooms to as big as a warehouse. The vehicle is equipped with a 42-inch tower and a single 100-watt UVC lamp and UVC floor spotlights.

Resgreen also makes a similar moving robot called the Buddy AMR. It is designed to move loads of up to 2,000 pounds at 200 feet-per-minute — one of the fastest speeds in the industry. This product is meant to be used in industrial settings such as machine shops, but due to the high capacity has many flexible applications.

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