Soluciones Integrales de Automatizacion

Year Founded:1989
Annual Revenue:Less than $1 million
Listing Last Updated:3/11/2018

Contact Information
Name:Daniel V Fascinetto - Director General
Address:   
Playa Erizo 24
Militar Marte
Ciudad de MexicoCDMX 08840 Mexico
Phone:+52 55 5590 4595
Email:dvarela@sintegra.com.mx
Website:www.sintegra.com.mx

Industries Served
automation/controlchemical/petrochemicalfood/beveragepharmaceuticalsprocessing
pulp/paperrubber/plastics/paintsteel

Engineering Specialties
batch controlcomputer softwareDCSinstallation/start-upinstr/data acquisition
manufacturing engineeringPLCsprocess controlproject planningsimulation/modeling
supervisory controlsystems engineeringtraining/educationturnkey systems

Product Experience
Allen-BradleyEmerson Process MgmntFoxboroHewlett-PackardHoneywell
IBMMicrosoft

Corporate Affiliations
Allen-BradleyFoxboroHewlett-Packard

Professional Affiliations
ISA

Corporate Resume
Soluciones Integrales de Automatizacion (SINTEGRA), is a consultant and engineering firm formed in 1989 to provide services and software for process control and plant management. The breadth of experience ranges from conceptual design through systems start up and development of custom software solutions, for process control and plant management. SINTEGRA is mainly focusing its efforts on Automation projects for those leading industries, which are seeking to make investments that will not only generate near term revenue, but will result in a sustained competitive advantage, in a changing and tight market. To assure projects success, SINTEGRA is seeking to establish a technological partnership with the users to develop Master Automation plan to obtain short and long-term economic and strategic business objectives, and applications software tailored to specific production requirements and operating procedures. The staff of SINTEGRA counts with an extensive knowledge and experience in the following specialties: process control, instrumentation, systems and project engineering. SINTEGRA has implemented successful project for Batch processes in chemical, petrochemical, rubber plants and pulp and paper using distributed control systems (Foxboro I/A, Rosemount RS3), programmable logic controllers (Allen Bradley PLC-5 family), minicomputer (HP-9000) and PC based systems.