Engineered Automation of Maine (EAM), a company with an eye on the future…

With the continued growth of automation in the manufacturing workplace, EAM is constantly being looked at as one stop shopping venue for a huge variety of manufacturing issues. Manufactures today realize that to compete in today’s markets; automation is the key to success. The need to become as streamlined as possible has never been stronger than it is today. The strength of EAM is the incredible forethought from our Design Engineering Team, the experience and expertise of our Technicians and the prowess of our Process Controls Engineers. The breadth of automation opportunities that we deal with on an ongoing basis makes us the Custom Automation Equipment Manufacturer for today and the future.

At the same time, we are planning our own continued growth. The company has recently purchased a 65,000 sq. ft. building, where after a major facelift, EAM will come together with its parent company, Prescott Metal. We will still be located in Biddeford, Me., where the parent company has been located for over 100 years. This new building will allow EAM to design and build much larger equipment, and tackle more opportunities at the same time.
Please contact us today with your unique manufacturing requirements, and let the EAM team get to work for you.

2015 Pack Expo Las Vegas


Las Vegas, NV 2015

Engineered Automation of Maine was once again found outside the State of Maine, this time at Las Vegas, Nevada for the 2015 Pack Expo at the end of September. The team consisted of our Engineering Manager Bob Bartlett, our Service Manager Kevin Eugley, our President and CEO John Grondin, and the Sales Manager, Mark Whitmore. We had a very busy three days at the show fielding inquiries from the approximately 29,000 attendees ranging from complex custom automation projects to the huge interest in our own line of label applicators. We met some of our past and current customers at the show, and enjoyed speaking with them regarding new projects. We believe in the importance of being visible throughout the year, and judging by the interest in our booth, the show will pay off for us nicely.
Our plan for 2016 will be to enlarge our presence at the Pack Expo in Chicago with a larger booth space, and have a working example of our custom automation capabilities. We continue to enjoy the path of growth and steady business we have set in place.