Serra, Inc.

Year Founded:1984
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:8/31/2011

Contact Information
Name:Paul Deas - President
Address:   
126 Mill Street
HealdsburgCA 95448 United States
Phone:(707) 433-5104
Fax:(707) 431-2660
Email:info@serra.com
Website:www.Serra.com

Industries Served
automation/controlbiotechnologybottling/canningbrewing/distillingdiscrete manufacturing
electronicsenergy--generalfood/beveragelife sciencesmanufacturing--general
material handlingOEMpharmaceuticalsprocessingsemiconductor
warehousingaggregatesagriculturalautomotivebuilding automation
chemical/petrochemicalcogenerationcomputers/info systemsconsumer productsengineering/construction
fishingfoundries/castinglaboratoriesmachinerymail order
offshoreoil/gaspackagingpipelinespower
sugar/saltwater/wastewateraerospace/aircraftbuilding materialscoating/finishing
communicationscontainerscontrolled atmospheredurable goodsenvironmental
fabricated metalsfiber opticsfiberglassfurnituregases
government/defensehydroelectric energymarinemedical/health caremolding/extrusion
municipalitiespetroleumprinting/convertingpublishingpulp/paper
quality control/teststeelutilitiesabrasivesadhesives
aluminumaviation/airlinescoalelectrical equipmentheat treating
metalsmillingmining/mineralspet productssecurity/corrections
specialty chemicalsstone/clay/glass/bricktest/measurementtextiles/fiberstransportation
waste treatmentwinding/coilingwire/cablewood products

Areas Served
AK-WA-OR-CA-HIOH-IN-IL-MI-WIMT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NVAR-LA-OK-TXCanada
DE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLKY-TN-AL-MSME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CTMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSNY-NJ-PA

Engineering Specialties
automation--generalC/C++cell controlcontrol panelsconveying/sorting
data collection/reportingdata processing/mgmntdesigns/specificationsdiscrete controlfactory automation
installation/start-upinventory managementmaterial handlingnetworking/commPLCs
project managementSCADAsystems engineeringturnkey systemsVisual Basic
CAD/documentationdiagnosticsproject planningstaff augmentationvision systems
water/wastewaterWeb technology21 CFR Part 11automated assemblyautomatic guided vehicles
laboratory automationHMIinstr/data acquisitionhost application interfaces

Product Experience
Allen-BradleySick OpticsSiemensWonderwareAccu-Sort
FestoIBMIntermecMicrosoftPepperl + Fuchs
RittalRockwell AutomationRockwell SoftwareSchneider ElectricGE Automation & Controls

Corporate Affiliations
SiemensWonderwareAccu-SortAllen-BradleyMicrosoft
Rockwell AutomationRockwell SoftwareSick OpticsSchneider Electric

Professional Affiliations
Not applicable

Corporate Resume
Serra is a wholly owned subsidiary of E&M, Inc., an automation supplier with over 45 years of industrial electrical experience. The Serra Group was formed in 1984 to supply the growing requirement for computer automation software. Serra software is designed and created by people who understand the unique requirements of real-time industrial control applications. Since Serra’s first system, hundreds of systems have been successfully installed. Systems developed by Serra have combined personal computer technology for information handling with high-speed programmable logic controllers for low-level, real-time control tasks. Every project that Serra has contracted to deliver has worked, meeting or surpassing the expectations of its customers. All projects that Serra proposes incorporate custom application software developed to meet the customer's unique system requirements. By combining an existing library of programs and tools with custom application capabilities, Serra provides the greatest performance-to-cost ratio for its customers. Serra's project managers are among the best in the industry with years of automation and management experience. Serra's engineering staff is composed of people with degrees in computer science and other technical fields. The average length of experience for the technical staff is more than 5 years. Serra's combined experience exceeds 150 years. Serra strives to be the best in the industry while continually exploring and integrating new and emerging technologies that will take industrial automation in to the next century.