Panelmatic Greenville Inc.

Year Founded:2004
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:7/20/2016

Contact Information
Name:Dick Holden - VP Corporate Sales
105 Prosperity Blvd.
PiedmontSC 29673 United States
Phone:(724) 766-6402

Industries Served

Areas Served

Engineering Specialties
automation--generalcontrol panels

Product Experience

Corporate Affiliations
Rockwell Software

Corporate Resume
Panelmatic is a Licensed Electrical - Instrumentation - Control Systems integrator, UL/CUL Control Panel manufacturer and Licensed Electrical Contractor. They offer competitive pricing, quality services and a significant hands-on approach to every project as their core competency. The company is an authorized systems integrator for Rockwell Automation, Rockwell Software and many other automation component manufacturers. They are authorized and trained designers for AutoCAD Electrical. They offer contract manufacturing for large and small volume electrical and pneumatic assembly. Panelmatic is also a certified UL/CUL 508A & 698A panel builder with a 30,000 sq. foot engineering design, testing, simulation, instrumentation, and control panel shop. They have a 26 foot, forklift-rated box truck for personal deliveries. Deliveries are free to local clients. They have a 15,000 lb. forklift, two 5000 lb. forklifts and a drive-in door for full-size flatbed deliveries. The company also offers in-house laser engraving, field service technicians and licensed electricians for instrumentation, controls and automation installation, integration and commissioning. Panelmatic has used the extensive plant engineering and maintenance background of each member of their team to provide the needed flexibility for contract manufacturing of electrical and pneumatic assembly as well as controls engineering master service agreements with pre-negotiated pricing and expectations. These service agreements have now been extended to electrical contracting and panel building as well. This service allows manufacturing companies to focus on their core products while keeping their indirect labor costs low and their flexibility for reorganization high.