Month: July 2021

Craig Salvalaggio to Present at International Robot Safety Conference on September 21, 2021

AMT IRSC robot safety

Chief Operating Officer Craig Salvalaggio will present The Important Role of  System Integrators in Robot Safety at the International Robot Safety Conference (IRSC) on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 10:00 AM.  The virtual event is hosted by Association for Advancing Automation (A3).

About the event:  The presentation educates end users on key criteria for choosing a robotic system integrator partner to ensure project success.

  • RIA Certified Integrator Program – Why it was developed, who it was created for?
  • What’s Involved in the Program/Self Score Card?
  • End User’s Perspective – How do you find, measure, select, and repeat?
  • Standards – Why?
  • Risk Assessments – Value – Why?
  • Risk Assessments – Best Practices – How to?

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Presentation: Robotic System Integrators: What You Need to Know About Robotics & Safety

Event: International Robot Safety Conference

Agenda: View agenda here

Date: Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 10:00 AM ET

Location: Virtual event

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Craig Salvalaggio to Participate in Panel Discussion “Talent 101: Build a Winning Team” on August 25, 2021

AMT Craig Salvalaggio Talent 101

Chief Operating Officer Craig Salvalaggio will speak on a panel entitled Talent 101: Build a Winning Team on August 25, 2021 at 12:00 PM.  The online event is hosted by Clayton & McKervey.

Craig Salvalaggio will share his expertise on the panel with industry luminaries Samantha Ziarko, Managing Partner at Diag Partners, Rich Sheridan, CEO and Chief Storyteller at Menlo Innovations, and Tim Tinerty, Shareholder at Clayton & McKervey.

About the event: Attracting new talent in our remote world is more challenging now than ever before. Learn how to navigate virtual recruitment and stay ahead of the competition when it comes to talent acquisition. We’ll share innovative ways to promote your jobs, conduct interviews, and select the best candidates for the job.

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Craig Salvalaggio Clayton & McKervey Talent 101

Panel: Talent 101: Build a Winning Team

Date: Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at 12:00 PM

Location: Virtual

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Applied Manufacturing Technologies Successfully Installs State-of-the-Art Automated Production and Material Handling Solutions at Meat Processor Wolverine Packing Co.

AMT Wolverine Packing Co

AMT shares details of newly-completed installation of flexible automated production and material handling lines at two Detroit-area Wolverine Packing Co. facilities, allowing the company to quickly scale production.

Orion, MI – July 28, 2021 – 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 successful completion of two major projects at Detroit-based Wolverine Packing Co.

Wolverine, a third-generation family-owned meatpacking business, is a leading processor of ground beef patties, fresh lamb and veal products, and portion-cut steaks for domestic and international customers. Experiencing rapid growth in demand for its high-quality protein products, the company contracted with AMT to design, build and install state-of-the-art automated production and material handling lines at two of its five meat processing plants in the Eastern Market of Detroit. The projects were implemented at the company’s South plant and at its new 180,000 square feet Forest Park meat processing and freezing facility.

“AMT has been our partner in automating multiple lines in our Forest Park and South plants,” said Kevin Schenk, Wolverine’s Director of Technical Services. “The upgrades and new lines have allowed us to increase production and maintain flexibility in our system for future expansion.  AMT has been very responsive to our needs and has provided us with excellent support.”

AMT designed and installed upgraded conveyors and material handling equipment in the Wolverine South plant, an existing site running two shifts of production six days per week.  The phased installation was conducted over two weekends.  Its highly choreographed schedule accommodated the plant’s production schedule with no additional downtime.  In the new Forest Park facility, AMT designed and installed a flexible system which performed taping, weighing, and x-ray functions in the production area, and a nine-station automated robotic palletizing system in the pack-out area.

“We are excited to play a key role the expansion of Wolverine’s production in both their new and existing sites,” said Chief Operating Officer Craig Salvalaggio.  “We have been able to design and implement solutions that have had a positive impact on Wolverine’s business.”

For more information on the Wolverine Forest Park project, read this article or watch this video.

About Applied Manufacturing Technologies

Founded in 1989, Applied Manufacturing Technologies is an industry leader in robot automation engineering, manufacturing systems integration, and turnkey industrial controls globally. More than 120 experienced and highly-trained controls and automation engineers with over 1,250 combined years of experience are engaged in automation projects across an array of industries.  With a deep bench of experienced, innovative automation engineers, consultants, and programmers, AMT assists customers with projects at any stage of development, from conceptualization and design to troubleshooting and expansion. From AMT’s Orion, Michigan headquarters, the company has engineered over 25,000 automation systems worldwide on 5,500 projects for over 600 customers.  For more information, visit AMT’s website, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.