ICE Cobotics has entered into a strategic agreement with Bowling Green State University (BGSU).
The deal calls for ICE Cobotics to provide its Cobi 18 autonomous floor scrubber to the Bowling Green, Ohio, public research university. The scrubber will be deployed at BGSU’s busiest facility, Bowen-Thompson Student Union Building, allowing staff custodians to focus on more detailed and critical tasks. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
“We are proud to partner with BGSU as they continue to adopt innovative cleaning technology like Cobi 18. The implementation of Cobi will support BGSU in their commitment to deliver exceptional cleaning and maintenance services across their community. Because Cobi is compact, can be implemented in a variety of spaces, and safely navigates real-world obstacles, it is the perfect choice for a busy campus like BGSU,” said Mike DeBoer, ICE Cobotics North America president.
About ICE Cobotics
ICE Cobotics is an international manufacturer and provider of subscription-based autonomous floor machines. For more information, visit us.icecobotics.com.
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