Applied Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) has opened a second manufacturing facility near the company’s Orion, Michigan headquarters. Specifically, the new modern facility is designed to empower collaboration and industry innovations for its industrial automation and robotic solutions.
AMT is North America’s largest independent automation engineering company supporting various industrial fields worldwide. These include warehousing and logistics, robot companies, system integrators, line builders and users of robotic automation.
“Thanks to a year of unprecedented growth, AMT has had the opportunity to invest in our future by nearly doubling our production area,” said Michael Jacobs, founder and CEO of Applied Manufacturing Technologies. “We have thoughtfully designed the new facility at 250 Kay Industrial Drive to complement the existing production capabilities at our headquarters. This allows us to better meet the needs of our clients.”
The new facility, located at 250 Kay Industrial Drive in Orion, Michigan is across the street from the company’s headquarters. This expansion nearly doubles production square footage, bringing the total for both facilities to over 51,000 square feet. The state-of-the-art facility is fully conditioned and fire-suppressed. It offers 23 feet of vertical clearance, high-quality electrical utilities, sustainable LED lighting, and boasts a five-ton overhead crane.
FANUC Authorized System Integrator
AMT is a FANUC Authorized System Integrator and three-time winner of the FANUC Sales Growth Award. Mainly, the company offers full-service systems integration, specializing in end-of-line solutions, complex material handling systems, and engineering support. These include turnkey industrial controls, robotic programming, and automation consulting.
AMT brings together best-in-class technologies and custom automation. It provides high-quality, cost-effective automation solutions. The company’s solutions benefit manufacturers in automotive, aerospace, medical, alternative energy, fabricated metal, industrial machinery, rubber and plastics, food and beverage, and many other industries.