Con-Vey launches robotics & automation company
May 28, 2020 | 10:29 am CDT
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Example of a 7robotics application (video screenshot).

ROSEBURG, Ore. – 7robotics is a new robotics and automation company launched by Con-Vey Holdings.

Based in Roseburg, Oregon, 7robotics was started by the team at Con-Vey, a subsidiary of Con-Vey Holdings. “Con-Vey is known in the wood products industry as a high-quality material handling equipment supplier, but not known much outside that industry. We wanted to expand into new markets and felt that transition needed a new name,” said Dave Larecy, CEO of Con-Vey Holdings.

“We liked that the number 7 represents completeness and perfection,” Larecy said. “Seven is also associated with intuition and wisdom, and we wanted 7robotics to represent those characteristics as a company.”

The company notes 7robotics is not only an ABB Robotics Value Provider but also a full-service design and build equipment manufacturer. Applications include: machine tending, pick-and-place, palletizing, gluing, sealing, fastening, product positioning, product assembly, robotic workcells, and press loading and unloading.

“The launch of 7robotics is guaranteed to be a smooth transition because we already have the experience and knowledge. Just like Con-Vey has benefitted the wood products industry over the last 70 years, we know 7robotics will benefit other industries as well,” Larecy added. Information is available at 7robotics.com.
 

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