Applied Manufacturing Technologies named a Rockwell Automation Recognized System Integrator Partner

Demonstrating proven expertise in the design, implementation, project management and maintenance of Rockwell Automation industrial automation products, AMT earns Rockwell Automation Recognized System Integrator status for Control

Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT), North America’s largest independent automation engineering company supporting manufacturers, robot companies, systems integrators, line builders and users of robotic automation worldwide, today announced the company has joined the Rockwell Automation Recognized System Integrator Program. Qualified members of the program represent system integrators that meet criteria for operational excellence, application expertise and customer focus.

“We are proud to have AMT join our Recognized System Integrator Program,” said Mark Moriarty, manager, System Integrator Program, Rockwell Automation. “AMT has shown the commitment to deliver the highest technical solution and customer service, leading with Rockwell Automation technologies. They have a mutually supportive relationship with Rockwell Automation sales personnel and/or distributors.”

“AMT is excited to have completed the rigorous training required to become a Rockwell Automation Recognized System Integrator for Control,” said Mike Jacobs, president and CEO of AMT.  “Our core values align perfectly with the program’s ideals of delivering excellence to customers across the large array of products and services that we offer.” Headquartered in Orion, MI, AMT’s team of 120 experienced and highly-trained robot automation engineers serve clients across North America and globally.

AMT is a specialist in robotic material handling and custom machine building applications in a variety of industries, including automotive, food and beverage, and tire and rubber.  AMT designs customized automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) to provide unique solutions to speed up and optimize the order fulfillment process for e-commerce fulfillment centers.  The company’s broad service offerings also include engineering studies and design consulting, turnkey control systems, collaborative robots, and automation training.