Kraken Automation Inc.

Year Founded:2009
Annual Revenue:$5-10 million
Listing Last Updated:1/25/2013

Contact Information
Name:David Lopes - Business Development Manager
Address:   
14-4325 Harvester Rd
BurlingtonON L7L 5M4 Canada
Phone:905-336-8089
Fax:95-336-7205
Email:innovations@krakenautomation.com
Website:www.krakenautomation.com

Industries Served
chemical/petrochemicalconsumer productsfood/beveragematerial handlingprocessing

Areas Served
CanadaAK-WA-OR-CA-HIDE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSMT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NV
NY-NJ-PAOH-IN-IL-MI-WIAR-LA-OK-TXKY-TN-AL-MSME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CT

Engineering Specialties
automation--generalbatch controlbatch processingCAD/documentationcontrol panels
conveying/sortingfactory automationinstallation/start-upmaterial handlingmotors/motion control
packagingprocess controlroboticstransfer to cartoningbagger
flow wrapinfeedpick and placerobotic palletizing

Product Experience
ABBAllen-BradleyBaldorBosch-RexrothCognex
FANUC RoboticsFestoKlockner-MoellerMettler ToledoOur own products
ParkerPhoenix ContactRockwell SoftwareBeckhoff AutomationFluke
HoffmanRittalSiemensSchneider ElectricJones
DouglasAagardHayssen

Corporate Affiliations
ABBAllen-BradleyBosch-RexrothOmron ElectronicsParker
Wonderware

Corporate Resume
Kraken Automation is a global manufacturer of turnkey, custom packaging machinery and process automation solutions for a wide array of food and other industry applications. In addition, Kraken provides a comprehensive array of packaging/process engineering and integration services under one roof, including customer consulting, project management, design engineering services, packaging machinery manufacturing, integration, installation, commissioning, training, and parts and service. Kraken specializes in optimizing product flow and timing between baggers, freezers, fillers, cooling tunnels, ovens to cartoners, flow wrappers, case packers, robotic pick and place and palletizing. They also offer product infeed and transfer systems between baggers and cartoners (bag-in-box); product accumulation and refeed systems incorporating intelligent technology that will synchronize between source product feeds and intended destination target such as cartoners, wrappers and case packers; universal intelligent product feeders; product flow/trafficking, laning, diverting, conveyance, stacking, de-stacking, collation, sorting, counting, timing, gapping, metal, product settling, detection reject, and check-weighing; and bulk material and batch handling systems incorporating cooking or extrusion systems, forming and cutting, product drying, liquid additive preparation, baking or forming (puffing), enrobing, product analysis and sorting, and final conditioning/preparation.