AMT hires Arthur J. Kahler to support increase in demand for the company’s engineering services and control system integration solutions.
Orion, MI – December 16, 2020 – 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 hire of Senior Engineer and Controls Leader Arthur J. Kahler.
“AJ brings a long history with many different aspects of controls to his position at AMT,” said Chief Operating Officer Craig Salvalaggio. “With AMT’s growth in systems integration and controls solutions, we will leverage AJ’s ability to work with many different control and technology platforms. In addition to his technical leadership, he will support the team professionally with mentorship in their careers and overall group leadership.”
Kahler brings more than ten years of experience in industrial automation and control systems to his position at AMT. His most recent position was senior field service engineer at Rockwell Automation where he supported a large array of products, managed automation projects, developed standards, and commissioned systems, as well as specializing in CIP motion, networks, HMIs, and process control. Kahler also has industry experience in PID loops and process control in the chemical industry. A graduate of Macomb Community College, Kahler holds his Associate’s degree in science as well as having completed several technical courses in controls engineering.
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 and Twitter.