AMP Robotics, operating in AI, robotics, and infrastructure for the waste and recycling industry, is expanding its footprint in Europe with the commissioning of a demonstration site at SIGMA SA facilities in Lublin, Poland. The site is open to recycling and waste management businesses throughout Europe to process their materials using one of AMP’s AI-guided robotics systems to identify different types of paper, plastics, and metals for sortation.
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