Industries Served

  • Aerospace
    Automation and controls in the aerospace industry provide efficient workflows and maintain impeccable safety standards. Improve quality control and the everyday labor of your employees with simply integrating our automation and controls.
  • Agricultural
    The agricultural industry has seen increased productivity and quality levels of produce since automation was introduced. A reliable and secure agricultural process is fundamental to our country’s economy.
  • Automotive
    South Shore’s industrial controls helps produce automation and controls that benefit the automotive industry in several ways. Automation allows car manufacturers to lower production costs, eliminate inefficiencies, and open up new monetization opportunities.
  • Building materials
    Automation allows the building materials industry to employ more sustainable building practices when compared to steel, concrete, and plastics. These automation services are allowing the industry to take a more streamlined approach to develop building materials.
  • Casting
    Casting automation equipment can replicate common tasks including mold pouring, casting finishing, and even inspection. Automation helps increase output by removing humans from hazardous roles and therefore reducing injuries and errors.
  • Chemical / oil refinery processing
    The refinery industry has seen tremendous gains with automation including quality assurance when dealing with materials and handling. It even allows the company to maintain better control of their capital and precisely manage their inventory.
  • Consumer products
    Streamline your consumer product manufacturing with automated setups. Companies are increasing their competitiveness and market stability by integrating automation into their everyday operations.
  • Defense
    The defense industry uses automation controls throughout the development and production of its products. It has helped streamlined costs and errors due to human mistakes. This operational change also increases production output while maintaining high quality.
  • Food processing
    The precision of machines is an ideal way to maintain food standards and quality that humans are simply not capable of at such large-scale production methods. This automation growth protects workers from on-site dangers and customers by producing safe food at high outputs.
  • Hospital
    Throughout the country, hospitals are leaning into automated aspects of their operation to increase productivity while lowering costs. This efficiency is vital to pricing services accurately and forecasting any possible financial or health issues, leading to a more stable industry across the country.
  • Pharmaceutical / testing
    Industrial automation controls prove their worth throughout the pharmaceutical industry. They allow companies to achieve safety standards and compliance not thought about decades ago. This level of safety includes real-time monitoring of production to packaging to help lower costs but not quality.
  • Power generation
    Automated industrial controls are used throughout the energy industry whether it be oil & gas, renewable energy, or nuclear power. Companies incorporating automation experience lower operating costs and increased monitoring and safety.
  • Primary metals
    Profitability in producing metals relies on a few but important factors, process efficiency, and safety operations. Maintaining a safe working environment with high output is achieved through automation at almost every step of the process.
  • Rubber and plastics
    Industrial automation in the rubber and plastic industries has become commonplace throughout the world. Each step of the production process sees some form of automation. It ensures companies can turn out high volumes of products while maintaining precise requirements.
  • Water and wastewater
    Automation allows the wastewater industry to minimize lifecycle costs throughout field devices and motor/pump control. Removing the human element increases the reliability and strict standards set for controlling water. This reduction in the day-to-day and implementation costs allows the industry capital to prepare for forecasted trends or issues.
A Few of Our Customers
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ASHTA Chemical
Baer Locher
Baxter Healthcare
Belcan Engineering
Corning Glass
Dana Corp.
E.I. DuPont
EaglePicher Technologies
Eckart America
Eli Lilly
General Dynamics
General Electric
Johnson & Johnson

Lyondell Basell
Marathon Oil
Morton Salt
Peak Nano Optics
PCC Airfoils
Pfizer, Inc
Quanex Building Products
Sherwin Williams
Tata Steel
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thomas Strip Steel
Timken Company
Universal Stainless
Vesuvius (Foseco Inc,)
Voss Industries

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