ABB Robots


MACH FTD offers on the Romanian market a wide range of industrial robots, representing an effective alternative for optimizing the operational costs in most industries, being the best solution for production activities in a competitive environment.

Through a long term partnership with ABB (Sweden), MACH FTD has excelled in implementing integrated robotic solutions. Automating the production process is a real advantage by improving productivity and allowing a safe working environment, lowering costs significantly during the return on investment. MACH FTD provides flexible means of achieving the target production both qualitatively and quantitatively, and an investment in the industrial robots provides continuity and consistency of production to the highest standards of quality and safety.

Industrial robots are distributed by MACH FTD as effective solutions for key processes like handling, packing and palletizing products, with the advantages of adjustable speeds, remote service and eliminating human errors.

ABB Partnership Benefits - MACH FTD

  • Robot fixing
  • Technical support by phone
  • Robot programming
  • Training and instructions for the entire system
  • Planned maintenance
  • Spare parts for robots. Delivery of spare parts. Availability of spare parts in Bucharest
  • Service agreements in record operating time
  • Fast equipment fixing
  • A quick resolution of errors
  • A flexible range of Service Packages:
    • The Response Package for remote support services
    • Maintenance Package
    • Guarantee Package

    * Free parts and service for the robots that are in warranty

  • Emergency deliveries from Germany in 24 hours
  • Qualified engineers. ABB/ MACH FTD engineers are trained abroad, thus providing a first class level of service
  • Direct contact with ABB Sweden offers the fastest solution for any malfunction
  • Calibration tool. ABB tools are only used for calibration, which guarantees a perfect calibration of robots by changing a mechanical parts or after a collision occurred, avoiding delay production by reprogramming the robot trajectory.