In this exclusive video interview, CT talks to Sales Manager Zaim Gashi from the automated aseptic processing specialist, Steriline. Gashi talks about the company's R&D initiatives and how they play into the future role of anthropomorphic robotics
This article is sponsored by Steriline
Founded in 1989 in Italy, Steriline is a well-established European manufacturer highly specialised in the production of complete lines for the aseptic processing of injectable products, supplying pharmaceutical companies worldwide.
In this exclusive interview with Cleanroom Technology, Sales Manager Zaim Gashi talks about how the company has benefitted from its R&D initiatives in robotics and answers the looming question of how far robotics can go?
Gashi also explains how the company got its position in the market and why its pioneering approach to robotics has enabled this. Understanding the potential and limitations of this ultramodern anthropomorphic technology has been key to the company's success and Gashi knows this.
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This interview was led by Sophie Bullimore from Cleanroom Technology.