• Bob Zwolinski

We in Fuji appreciate our employees and would like to share their experiences working with us. We intend to post once per month the story of one of our employees, so you get to know more about our personnel and company. Fuji Robotics is an international company with presence in several countries. We are used to work in a multinational environment and believe we can benefit from each other.

Name: Brian Roskuszka


Position: Application Engineer


Place of Birth: Wheaton, IL


Studies: Electrical Engineering, Robotics


Working at Fuji Since: 2019


Brian started to work for Fuji when it expanded its engineering department in 2019. He supports existing robots and overseas some of our new robot installations. He also provides our integrators with remote support and assists with on-site service.


Brian comes from a robotics background at university and enjoys working with big robots in our shop. He set up the live demonstrations for our open house last year at our headquarters in Elk Grove Village, IL.


When he is not supporting our integrators or laying out palletizing cells, he is learning as much as he can with our robots out in the shop. He uses that knowledge to train our Fuji Certified Technicians on how to work with the robots. He is looking forward to another great year with the company.

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Getting products from one place to another with as little human contact as possible is becoming an imperative for businesses as many companies adapt to the coronavirus pandemic, seeking to minimize the risk of infections to their employees and customers.


Fuji Robotics is looking forward to helping you out, especially now when a labor shortage is already putting pressure on companies to find ways to run their business with less people.


There are still a lot of areas where humans are needed in logistic facilities. If the number of staff in warehouses is restricted to prevent transmission of coronavirus, that could limit your production capacity and turn it into lost sales opportunities.



This is a time where the incentives for automation have gone up. There may be a drop in demand from automakers as the pandemic depresses sales of automobiles across the globe, and the logistics sector could make up for that decline.



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  • Bob Zwolinski

We in Fuji appreciate our employees and would like to share their experiences working with us. We intend to post once per month the story of one of our employees, so you get to know more about our personnel and company. Fuji Robotics is an international company with presence in several countries. We are used to work in a multinational environment and believe we can benefit from each other.


Name:

Kouhei Ono


Position:

Application Engineer Manager


Place of birth:

Sendai, Japan


Studies:

Material Science and Engineering


Working for Fuji since:

2001


Kouhei started to work for Fuji Robotics back in 2001 in Yamaguchi, Japan. He was quickly assigned to Fuji Europe as Application Engineer in Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Dusseldorf (Germany). Kouhei developed applications and installed palletizing robots in Europe for 10 years to later be relocated in Japan.


Back in Japan, Kouhei became engineering manager for the Oversea Business Department providing support to all our branch offices. He had the chance to travel around Asia commissioning new projects and giving technical assistance when needed.


Now Kouhei is starting a new role in Fuji Robotics Americas as Application Engineer Manager and he's eager to train newer generations to pass on all the know-how he acquired during all these years.

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