FANUC America Unveils $110 Million Robotics and Automation Campus

The facility provides advanced product manufacturing and customized automation systems.

FANUC America’s new 650,000 sq. ft. West Campus facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan represents a $110 million investment built on 67 acres.
FANUC Americaโ€™s new 650,000 sq. ft. West Campus facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan represents a $110 million investment built on 67 acres.
FANUC America

FANUC America unveiled its new 650,000-square-foot West Campus facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

The expansion increases the footprint in Michigan to over 2 million square feet and is part of FANUC America's strategic investment plan to support and advance industrial automation in North America.

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The West Campus represents a $110 million investment built on 67 acres of land.

FANUC America's industry growth and customer demand have created over 400 jobs in Michigan since 2019. The West Campus provides advanced product manufacturing and customized automation systems and includes warehouse space for over 6,000 quick delivery robots and tens of thousands of parts.

Since 2019, FANUC America has invested over $187 million including a 461,000-square-foot North Campus facility in 2019, and new headquarter facilities in Mexico and Canada in 2023. 

FANUC America's investment will continue with the renovation of a former law school on the site of the company's West Campus that will soon become the FANUC Academy, an advanced automation customer training center. 

After completion of the new FANUC Academy and other infrastructure projects, FANUC America will have invested over $250 million in North America.

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