Precision robotics for advanced manufacturing requires precision planning and execution by the highest skilled and safety-focused electrical contractors.
NECA member contractor PayneCrest recently completed a massive 1.2 million-square-foot body shop expansion and advanced robotics installation for the General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington, Texas. One of GM's largest auto plants, the Arlington assembly line produces 1,200 vehicles daily and employs more than 4,300 workers.
PayneCrest installed the 1,550 robots that will be used to produce the 2021 Chevrolet Suburban, Tahoe, Yukon and Escalade models and provided the necessary upgrades to help the plant meet a growing demand for sport utility vehicles including integrated power systems, stamping plant equipment, a 1,400 ft overhead paint shop conveyor and general assembly controls. PayneCrest has been serving the automotive assembly industry for more than 60 years, check out this video to see their work in action.
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