Your comprehensive industrial automation supplier.
Matthews Automation Solutions designs, manufactures and distributes a wide range of marking, coding and industrial automation technologies and solutions. Manufacturers, suppliers and distributors worldwide rely on our integrated systems to identify, track, control and pick products at the highest levels of accuracy and throughput at every level of their global and domestic supply chains. Matthews also offers custom control packages engineered to meet the specific needs original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in virtually every industry.
Whether your automation challenge is in manufacturing, packaging or distribution, the combined expertise of Matthews’ brands delivers the integrated solution that meets your needs today, and grows with you tomorrow. Our automated and semi-automated marking, coding, control, sortation, picking and verification technologies and software streamline your order fulfillment processes to maximize your productivity. Your advantage: Matthews’ expertise.
Move It. | With innovative technology supported by dedicated team of professionals, Matthews offers the full treatment to branded products—from production line to retail shelf.
Mark It. | Matthews excels at customizing our marking systems to integrate seamlessly with your production requirements.
Track It. | Matthews’ logistics solutions allow you to plug in to every step of your process. Our products easily integrate with your existing business and to streamline tracking processes.
Matthews Automation Solutions featured in Supply Chain World magazine.
In an in-depth interview with Matthews Automation Solutions’ president Paul Jensen, Supply Chain World’s Alan Dorich examines the company’s strategies to perpetually bring new technological advances to the marketplace, with a particular emphasis on omni-channel retailers and e-commerce operations.
Matthews Automation Solutions anticipates the e-commerce sector to grow from 10 to 20 percent of the total retail market, Jensen explains. A combination of innovative product development and openness to making acquisitions that align with the organization’s vision of the future has put the company “at the heart of a growing segment,” he adds.
“We’ve had significant growth since the recession and it’s coming from remaining committed to being best-in-class and finding quality solutions,” Jensen concludes. “It feels good to look back at where we’ve come over the last eight years.”
In 1850, John Dixon Matthews emigrated from Sheffield, England to open a small engraving shop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He became a pre-eminent provider of high-quality identification products and services, including stamping dies, branding irons, ornate engravings and stamps for wooden crates. His company flourished, converting from a partnership to a corporation in 1902.
The four Matthews Automation Solutions’ brands—Holjeron, Matthews Marking systems, Lightning Pick and Pyramid Controls—design, manufacture and distribute a wide range of marking, coding and industrial automation technologies and solutions. Today, manufacturers, suppliers and distributors worldwide rely on Matthews’ integrated systems to identify, track, control and pick products at the highest levels of accuracy and throughput.
For handling challenges in manufacturing, packaging or distribution, the combined expertise of these four brands delivers the integrated solution that meets an organization’s needs today, and grows with them tomorrow. When paired with the services of Matthews’ graphics and merchandising segments, our global, streamlined services and technologies create a truly integrated path to purchase. Matthews helps you keep your brand promise, worldwide.
“Data is what’s used to mark, identify, track, control and pick the products required by every order. Customers are looking to suppliers like us to help them link and integrate all that data throughout the process. Matthews offers data-driven automation solutions that boost system interconnectivity and automate complex tasks that humans can’t accomplish efficiently.”
“The solutions we’re thinking about today are strongly influenced by our vision of a future in the cloud… to help our customers improve their operations through better data management functions such as performance monitoring and analysis, troubleshooting, preventive maintenance alerts and notifications.”
“The management and integration of data is one of the leading opportunities, and challenges, for supply chains worldwide. With the rise of cloud computing, companies have unprecedented opportunities to better leverage their supply chains and increase their service offerings—and sales.”