It takes one to know one.
Someone once said: "A man is known by the company he keeps."
The same applies to a business: A company is known by the company it keeps.
That’s why we are very selective—even picky—about associating with good people. From those who make up our engineering, fabrication, and installation group, to the customers who make up our client base, we want to work with good people who share our values of doing business.
American Automation Inc. has honed a fine reputation for solving material handling challenges. If you have a project that includes conveyor systems, ergonomic manipulators, or storage and retrieval automation, we are interested in discussing how we may be able to design a system that will meet your requirements.
If you are interested in working with good people, contact us.
The management of American Automation Inc. promises to offer only the highest quality systems possible from the highest character people available when we partner with our customers.
The capabilities of the team at American Automation include turnkey design, engineering, fabrication, electrical controls, and field installation of conveyor systems and other automated material handling equipment.
We operate as a lean group of specialists committed to providing high quality systems in manufacturing, distribution, and warehousing. You will hear us use words like integrity, positive attitude, dedicated, experienced, and honesty quite often because those words describe the members of our team and the satisfied customers with whom we strive to work.
We will never eliminate quality-related items in our bid proposals just to try to be low bidder. We are sincere when we say that we would never sell you a system that we wouldn’t buy ourselves. We believe successful long-term business relationships are established only when high-character vendors partner with high-character customers.
Our first steps in working with a customer are to define the project, determine its level of complexity, and consider any constraints of the application…such as budget obstacles, schedule challenges, or unusual material handling issues. We then decide on the most appropriate method and equipment necessary to solve the handling challenge. Once that is done, we provide a proposal that lists recommendations and projected costs. If we have gained your trust and are within your budget, your purchase order allows us to implement the design and installation of a system that will help meet your production requirements or material handling objectives.
Many products seen and used in everyday life have been made on production lines furnished by the team at American Automation.
Many of those products are made by some of our best clients:
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