YOUR AUTOMATION ADVANTAGE

Improve your manufacturing operations and gain a competitive advantage when you partner with Wes-Tech.

Your factory automation evolution starts here.

We will guide you through our proven process and share valuable knowledge in emerging technologies as we design and build the optimal automation solution to improve your bottom line.

You will benefit from our experience. Our approach will:

Mitigate risk  |  Increase capabilities  |  Add flexibility  |  Boost efficiency  |  Drive quality  |  Optimize resource utilization  |  Improve overall ROI

There’s a solution for every step of your product’s lifecycle:

Product Design for Manufacturability

Manufacturing Processes and Plant Optimization

Concept, Design, Build and Commission Factory Automation

Production Planning and Inventory Management

Product and Process Data Management

Material and Warehouse Operations

Put our innovation and know-how to work for you.

With decades of expertise solving complex discrete manufacturing challenges, we will leverage more than 4,200 custom-engineered automation solutions to design the perfect one just for you. Experience the Wes-Tech difference.

Process driven to meet your needs.

Partner with a team that delivers custom engineered solutions to solve complex manufacturing challenges.

Step 1

Define the precise problem. First, our team listens, saving you valuable time by defining your needs right from the start.

Step 2

Develop the right concept. We combine creative problem-solving skills and engineering expertise to propose an innovative solution that will transform your manufacturing operations.

Step 3

Deliver the best solution. The “best” solution is unique to your operation.  Our team has the expertise and track record to deliver on time, every time.

Innovative automation will transform your operations in a measurable way.

 

Exceed your manufacturability goals.

Our cross-functional engineering team helps achieve your design for manufacturability goals by contributing to the optimization of your product’s Design for Assembly Automation.

Your ‘complex manufacturing challenge’ experts.

From automated assembly and test solutions to lean manufacturing systems, we have the expertise to define, develop, and deliver the right solution for you.

Increase your factory throughput.

To improve production flow, we offer standard transfer automation solutions including conveyors, gantry loaders, and pallet magazines to optimize your material handling requirements.

Designed and built with your future in mind.

Scalable automation concepts provide maximum return on your capital investment and allows for easy expansion as you grow your business.

Case Studies

These recent projects showcase just a few of the ways Wes-Tech has been able to help our clients.

Engineering for value-added design

Engineering for value-added design

Collaborative engineering beyond automation

Collaborative engineering beyond automation

Leveraging credibility and expertise

Leveraging credibility and expertise

Improving process and reducing risk

Improving process and reducing risk

Experience to think outside the box

Experience to think outside the box

Automate the impossible in record time

Automate the impossible in record time

Knowledge Center

Take a look at our recent projects and innovations, industry news, and more.

Wes-Tech Automation Solutions to Showcase Engineering and Factory Automation Capabilities at IMTS 2022

Wes-Tech Automation Solutions to Showcase Engineering and Factory Automation Capabilities at IMTS 2022

September 7, 2022

Wes-Tech Automation Solutions will attend IMTS (The International Manufacturing Technology Show), the largest and longest-running industry trade show in the Western Hemisphere, at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois from September 12-17, 2022 Wes-Tech is a “Top 100” system integrator that designs and builds factory automation for the automotive, appliance, medical device, DoD, and consumer products … Read More

Reshoring: Made in the USA

Reshoring: Made in the USA

August 15, 2022

In our first post on reshoring, we discussed the record-high rates of companies choosing to bring their manufacturing back to the U.S. to reap the benefits of making products where they will be sold. One of our recent case studies was on a company that was reshoring for this exact reason. You can view the … Read More

Reshoring: The Tsunami is coming!

Reshoring: The Tsunami is coming!

July 27, 2022

According to Investopedia, “Reshoring is the process of returning the production and manufacturing of goods back to the company’s original country. Reshoring is also known as onshoring, inshoring, or backshoring.” This is the opposite of the offshoring that many companies were doing over the past few decades to try to take advantage of a lower … Read More

Rising Cost of Labor

Rising Cost of Labor

July 5, 2022

The last few years have introduced a number of variables, including a low unemployment rate, high consumer demand, high inflation, a skills shortage, an aging workforce, and unusual forecasts stemming from the pandemic economy, that have led to the rising cost of labor. Even with steps being taken to help reduce the issues surrounding this … Read More

Conversation with an Expert: Design for Automated Assembly

Conversation with an Expert: Design for Automated Assembly

June 22, 2022

Conversation with: Bill B. Topic: Functional Safety Requirements Traditionally, when it is time to design a new product, the Designers focus on the product itself, and on the end-user experience. Companies that work smarter know to bring in Automation Engineers who can help the team consider the design of the individual components that make the … Read More

Conversation with an Expert: Functional Safety Requirements

Conversation with an Expert: Functional Safety Requirements

April 6, 2022

Conversation with: Matt D., Controls Engineer Topic: Functional Safety Requirements Safety has been on manufacturer’s minds since the Industrial Revolution, but ever since the U.S. Congress passed the Occupational Safety and Health Act in 1970 it has come to the forefront in an even more tangible way. From the 1960s on, robotics and automation have … Read More

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