Making things: competitively
Small and medium manufacturers (SMMs) face growing competition from large multinational firms. As these companies seek the cost-savings available from a connected global economy, many have moved production offshore and out of the communities they serve.
Local manufacturers must remain competitive by implementing the right automation technology, increasing productivity, and identifying savings and efficiencies across their facilities.
An end-to-end approach to automation design
Remain resilient in the face of global competition, provide quality jobs to skilled workers, and keep innovation and manufacturing in the community.
JAE Automation takes a design-centric approach to automation technology by understanding the entire production process. We identify opportunities for improvement, integrate new technology into existing systems and processes, and design and build machines and equipment that make things better for local manufacturers.
Think locally, compete globally
As a local company based in the heart of Eastern Ontario, we understand the challenges that SMMs face. We work to become a trusted partner by providing knowledgeableconsulting services and industrial automation design/build solutions so that you have the technology you need to compete.
- Automation Design
- Automation Consulting
- Custom Builds and Installation
- Data and Analytics
- Manufacturing Controls
- Manufacturing Safety Systems
- Robot Integration
- Support and Maintenance
- Vision Systems
- And more
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