Sealed Air buys Intellibot Robotics assets

Sealed Air buys Intellibot Robotics assets

10:19 AM, 17th April 2015
Sealed Air buys Intellibot Robotics assets

NORTH CAROLINA, US: Sealed Air said it has acquired Intellibot Robotics LLC, a US-based privately owned company that has pioneered the development of robotic commercial floor cleaning machines.

Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Sealed Air does not expect the transaction to be material to its consolidated financial position or results of operation.

“The combination of Diversey Care’s industry expertise and global reach and Intellibot’s artificial intelligence technology will help accelerate the development of the robotic floor cleaning machines market - ultimately driving efficiencies and business value for the hygiene industry,” said Dr Ilham Kadri, President, Diversey Care.

The acquisition includes certain intellectual property, the manufacturing and engineering operations in Richmond, Virginia, and sales. The business will be integrated into Sealed Air’s Diversey Care division and its leading brand of TASKI floor cleaning machines.

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