AAI joins JMP Engineering, expands batch, energy expertise
Automation Applications Inc., LLC, an industrial engineering and systems integrator has joined JMP Engineering Inc., expanding JMP's client base and knowledge in batch automation and industrial energy.
JMP Engineering Inc. announced that Automation Applications Inc, LLC (AAI), an industrial engineering and systems integrator located in Exton, PA, has joined its organization.
According to Scott Shawyer, President and CEO of JMP, “AAI has an impressive and complimentary client base in several key markets including; chemical, petrochemical, food, pharmaceutical, consumer products and pulp and paper. Their employees have an average twenty years field experience integrating DCS and PLC based systems and they are renowned for their specialized expertise in the fields of batch automation and industrial energy.”
Richard Janowski and David Pasciolla, co-owners of AAI are excited to bring their company together with JMP. First, it will reportedly help accelerate AAI’s expansion into new segments of the food, pharmaceutical, water/wastewater, automotive and discrete packaging markets across the Northeastern and Southeastern USA. Second, it provides immediate access to JMP’s customers in need of batch control, combustion control and energy management solutions. Finally, it offers increased capability to all AAI customers and partners. JMP’s Information Solutions Division provides expertise in the areas of manufacturing operations management, manufacturing execution systems and plant to enterprise system integration. Furthermore, JMP’s Automation Systems Division will aim to benefit many of AAI’s clients in the food, pharmaceutical, and consumer products industries by solving their difficult material handling, machine tending and packaging challenges with flexible automation systems that reduce costs while improving throughput and quality.
Both companies are looking forward to their customers benefiting from the combined depth and breadth of technology, engineering and project management resources that are now available to support continuous improvement and capital projects across North America.
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