The Optimation business strategy is to leverage a common technology, industry experience, quality management systems and geography in ways that unify our combined work force for our clients' benefit. This approach has strategically expanded our team's industry, discipline and application expertise. Optimation Companies are solution leaders with proven industry experience, providing complementary skills, working together to form a strong organization to effectively address the challenges our clients are facing today.
Optimation Technology, Inc.: Founded in 1985, Optimation Technology, Inc. is the parent company of Optimation, originally serving engineering and system integration needs primarily for process and manufacturing clients. Design disciplines include process and mechanical engineering, electrical and instrumentation engineering, factory floor software, systems integration, and information technology services.
Klug Systems by Optimation is the division of Optimation focused on the glass industry. Klug Systems continues to serve its customers as material handling and batch house experts, as well as providing replacement parts and systems for hundreds of operational facilities.
Omnia Technology, a Division of Optimation is our Houston, Texas office, focused on providing control, test, and information technology services to a diverse set of industries including petroleum, aerospace, biomedical, consumer electronics, energy and telecommunications. The division provides turnkey automated systems, as well as custom PC-based and real-time embedded solutions incorporating high-speed data acquisition and analysis, motion control, machine vision and database solutions. The Houston office also is a Certified Training Center for National Instruments products.
Dumont Associates, a Division of Optimation based in New England, has a long legacy of providing plant wide computer integration and process data systems, focused in the pharmaceutical, chemical and food and beverage industries. Additionally the team has expertise in the implementation of validated systems to meet FDA requirements and follows GAMP3 methodologies
Optimation Industrial Services, LLC: In 2006 Optimation acquired three business units from Eastman Kodak Company, adding to our engineering and design staff as well as rounding out complete design/build services, with a large, local fabrication, assembly and test shop area and a full team of experienced journeymen to support installation, construction and maintenance requirements for manufacturing and industrial clients.
Optimation Canada, ULC: In 2007, Optimation opened a Canadian company to better serve the needs of our neighbors to the north with the full set of skills and services from all the Optimation Companies
TSD an Optimation Company: In 2009, Optimation merged with Total Systems Design, Inc. Established in 1991, TSD provides control and information systems from concept through start-up. TSD has
extensive experience serving automation, MES and validation needs. One strong focus is to serve customers in the pharmaceutical industry.
Kingsbury an Optimation Company: In 2012, Optimation formed Kingsbury Corporation dba "Kingsbury an Optimation Company" to acquire the assets of New Hampshire based Kingsbury Corporation, a company with a long history in the design and manufacture of special-purpose, high production metal cutting assembly equipment, turning systems, and machining centers. This acquisition is expected to add up to 100 jobs in Rochester over the next two years. Optimation will relocate Kingsbury's equipment and manufacturing operations to its current fabrication shop in Rochester, "Optimation Place," renting an additional 150,000 sq. ft. of space. Optimation will continue to support an engineering and design office in Keene, NH. Kingsbury's 135 year legacy includes a leadership role in the fabrication of machines to manufacture parts for the automotive industry. Optimation plans to diversify this focus to include web based manufacturing machines for a variety of industries, as well as high speed assembly machines for the medical industry.