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"TAKING AUTOMATION TO NEW HEIGHTS"

 

ABOUT US

       Skykat Technical Services is comprised of multi-discipline engineering professionals such as PLC/HMI/SCADA Programmers, Electrical/Mechanical designers, CAD and Drafting personnel, Controls & Networking Technicians, Unmanned Aircraft Pilots, along with various project support personnel to meet the challenges of the ever-changing industry. Skykat employees have always been known to provide their clients with the highest level of industrial controls and automation services while maintaining a friendly, safe, cost effective relationship with a personal touch which is hard to find in today’s fluctuating economy.

OUR MISSION

       Skykat Technical Services is strategically aligning itself with diverse organizations to provide electrical control system troubleshooting and turnkey automation projects with optimal and cost effective solutions to our strong client base in the manufacturing, chemical, oil and gas, metals, semiconductor, food & beverage, aggregate, pulp & paper, and pharmaceutical industries. Skykat Technical Services understands the level of excellence required to provide the best automation solutions and expedient service with the main goal of ensuring our customer’s projects will be completed safely, accurately, and on schedule.

       Skykat Technical Services employees work in customer’s facilities to gather data, make field notes, confirm plant equipment and records, measure, attend meetings, make presentations and manage construction related activities. Skykat strives to provide the highest level of safety awareness by pointing out hazards and recommending procedures and equipment to make the work environment healthier for all. Our commitment to safety along with our expertise in industrial safety related control systems allows us to be leaders in the area of industrial project reliability and plant safety.

FIELDS OF EXPERTISE

 
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