Midwest Automation

Year Founded:1958
Annual Revenue:$10-25 million
Listing Last Updated:8/1/2016

Contact Information
Name:Bernie Keusenkothen - President
11872 Adie Road
Maryland HeightsMO 63043 United States
Phone:(314) 432-8111
Fax:(314) 432-8588

Industries Served
environmentalautomation/controlbiotechnologychemical/petrochemicaldiscrete manufacturing
fabricated metalsfood/beveragematerial handlingpharmaceuticalspower
processingutilitieswarehousingwaste treatmentwater/wastewater
aerospace/aircraftautomotivepulp/paperfood & beveragewastewater treatment
water treatmentchemicaldiscrete manufacturing

Areas Served

Engineering Specialties
CEMScontrol panelsanalyzer systemsDCSautomation--general
batch controlblendingCAD/documentationcombustion engineeringenergy management
environmental engineeringHMIinformation systemsinstallation/start-upinstr/data acquisition
inventory managementmanufacturing engineeringnetworking/commPLCsprocess control
product tracking/identproject planningsafety/security systemssupervisory controlsystems engineering
turnkey systems

Product Experience
ABBAllen-BradleyAnalog DevicesControl Technology CorpEmerson Automation
FoxboroHoffmanHoneywellMicrosoftOpto 22
RittalRockwell SoftwareSchneider ElectricSiemensWonderware
YokogawaAction InstrumentsAmetekEurothermGE Digital
Omron ElectronicsOraclePro-faceSIXNETTecnomatix
Texas InstrumentsToshibaTurck

Corporate Affiliations
ABBEmerson AutomationTecnomatix

Professional Affiliations

Corporate Resume
Midwest Automation is a multi-faceted operation involved in process control and factory automation, with over 60 employees, including sales, systems engineering and technical support group, service department, and a manufacturing operation for fabrication of specialty electronic control consoles. Midwest Automation's St. Louis sales and manufacturing headquarters is located in a modern company-owned 18,000 square foot facility located in West St. Louis County. Midwest Automation has completed approximately 500 projects ranging in size from a few thousand dollars to several million. These projects included applications engineering, drafting (AutoCAD), material requisitions, panel fabrication, programming, start-up, and training. Midwest Automation's technical support group has completed numerous projects which included hardware/software procurement, system configuration, programming, and field check-out. Midwest Automation's service group has numerous maintenance contracts and also provides start-up services for the systems projects. To support this operation, the firm maintains a repair and calibration laboratory and carries a large inventory of commonly used parts. The firm's in-house manufacturing operation allows for close supervision and coordination between the systems and manufacturing personnel and expedited check-out by the service department. Projects completed include the design and manufacture of numerous instrument cabinents, large multi-function computer consoles, and specialty fiberglass house or skid mounted systems.