Headquarters

  • Universal Robots A/S
  • Energivej 25
  • DK-5260 Odense S
  • Denmark 
  • Find your regional contact here
 

World wide

  • Americas headquarter
  • Universal Robots USA, Inc.
  • 5430 Data Court, Suite 300
    Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108, USA
  • Tel. +1 844 462-6268
  • ur.na@universal-robots.com

  • Southern Europe, MEA, Turkey
  • Universal Robots Spain S.L
  • c/Josep Plà 2 –  Edificio B2
  • Planta baja, local C
  • E-08019 Barcelona, SPAIN
  • Tel. +34 933 158 076
  • ur.med@universal-robots.com
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Universal Robots A/S
  • Siemensova 2717/4
  • 150 00 Praha 13 – Stodůlky
  • Czech Republic
  • Tel. +420 222 286 200
  • ur.cee@universal-robots.com

 

 
  • APAC
  • Universal Robots (Singapore) Pte, Ltd.
  • 20 Science Park Road, Teletech Park
    Science Park II, #03-36/37,
    SINGAPORE 117674
  • Tel. +65 66 35 72 70
  • ur.apac@universal-robots.com

  • India
  • Universal Robots India Pvt. Ltd
  • Ground floor, Beech, E1 Manyata Embassy Business Park
    Outer Ring Road, Nagawara
    Bangalore 560045
  • Tel. +91 97428 22033
  • ur.india@universal-robots.com
 
  • China
  • Universal Robots (Shanghai) Ltd.
  • Room 2008, 20th Floor 
    No. 688 West Nanjing Road 
    Jingan District
  • 200041 PRC, Shanghai, CHINA
  • Tel. +86 21 6132 6418
  • ur.china@universal-robots.com
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Blog

Robotics within Reach - that's what this blog is all about.

Hire a UR robot – pay for it by the hour

What if you could pay for automation the same as you do for a temporary employee? What if you only had to pay for the actual hours worked and with no upfront costs or outlays of capital?
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26. February 2016

Putting automation back into your hands

One of the most important elements of growing a business and remaining competitive is productivity. If a business is inefficient then a loss in production can occur which can result in a lower quality of work, discrepancies in output, unhappy employees and a loss in profitability. The results can ...
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22. January 2016

Why do humans develop robots?

The “dirty, dull and dangerous” describe the tasks we want our ever more sophisticated robots to perform. Letting the robots do this doesn’t mean that we lazily lean back. It means we’re awarded a new drive and a new reality; the robot is man's tool for a better and less mechanical life.
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