Automatic Handling International, Inc.

Year Founded:1995
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:5/20/2010

Contact Information
Name:Sales
Address:   
360 Lavoy Road
ErieMI 48133 United States
Phone:(734)847-2632
Fax:(734) 847-1823
Email:sales@automatichandling.com
Website:www.automatichandling.com

Industries Served
automation/controlmachinerymaterial handlingOEMaluminum
automotivebottling/canningcontainersfabricated metalsprocessing
pulp/papersteelwarehousingwinding/coilingelectrical equipment
engineering/constructionfood/beverageprinting/convertingrubber/plastics/paintadhesives
brewing/distillingenvironmentaltextiles/fiberswaste treatmentwater/wastewater

Areas Served
OH-IN-IL-MI-WIDE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLKY-TN-AL-MSAR-LA-OK-TXME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CT
MN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSNY-NJ-PAAK-WA-OR-CA-HICanadaMT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NV

Engineering Specialties
automated assemblyautomation--generalcontrol panelsconveying/sortingdata collection/reporting
data processing/mgmntdiscrete controldiscrete parts handlingdispensing/fillingHMI
machine build/retrofitmachine design/controlmaterial handlingmechanical engineeringmotors/motion control
networking/commPLCsprocess controlproduct tracking/identproject planning
supervisory controlsystems engineeringturnkey systemsannealing/picklingautomated welding
CAD/documentationcranes/hoistsDCSdiagnosticselectrical engineering
factory automationfiber opticsfield servicehydraulics/pneumaticsinstallation/start-up
instr/data acquisitioninternational projectsinventory managementmachine toolsplant/facilities engr
process engineeringproject managementpumps/compressors/turbinequality/test engineeringresearch/development
roboticsSCADAshop floor dataVisual Basicautomatic guided vehicles
automatic test equipmentbatch controlbatch processingblendingdesigns/specifications
enclosuresfault tolerant systemsinjection moldinglaser technologylevel control
maintenance/repairmanufacturing engineeringpackagingPC-based controlspersonal computers
power systems engrregulatory compliancesubstation automationtemperature controltest/inspection
training/educationvision systemswater/wastewaterWeb technologyadvanced control
analyzer systemscalibration/certificationCNCcoating/finishingcombustion engineering
computer hardwarecomputer softwareembedded controlsERPfermentation
financial analysisflow controlindustrial engineeringinformation systemslaboratory automation
manufacturing planningMESMRPMRP IIpetroleum engineering
pilot plantspressure controlsafety/security systemsscheduling/logisticssignal process/condition
simulation/modelingutilitiesvalidationVME systemswaste processing
web processes

Product Experience
Allen-BradleyAnalog DevicesBaldorEmerson Process MgmntGE Automation & Controls
HoneywellIDECMicrosoftPro-faceRockwell Automation
Rockwell SoftwareSchneider ElectricSiemensWonderware

Corporate Affiliations
Not applicable

Corporate Resume
Automatic Handling's mission is to provide innovative, practical, and top-quality services that save time and money to improve the way companies manufacture and allocate products for their customers. Automatic Handling believes it's first responsibility is to it's customers. The company's management team consists of people whose backgrounds consist of over 50 years of plant startups and design of control systems in the paper, film, foil, steel, plastics, rubber, petroleum, and automotive industries. Automatic Handling can provide a complete solution to a client's problems starting with system specifications and design and ending with a thoroughly tested and functional product or production line. The company has the capability to put together turnkey systems. This can include complete engineering and software design, assembly of required hardware, startup at the customers site and the documentation of the finished product. They can also provide clients the capability to track material, monitor a process, generate custom reports, and network to the factory floor. They offer material tracking through bar-coding and RF tags as well as process monitoring through PC-based MMI's and report generation using operator interfaces and printers.