Founded in 1989, Mardem Manufacturing Company manufactured a wide range of highly cost effective, semi-automated and fully-automated filling equipment, as well as supporting equipment such as lid placing, lid closing, product infeed, and container Handling and material Handling systems. Continuing the proud tradition of providing highly modular automation and innovative engineering services, Kinesys Automation extended Mardem's reach and developed a line of packaging equipment based on its core competency of capabilities and has since provided comprehensive design, manufacturing and automation solutions to a diverse range of industries including packaging, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and dispensing.
Having experienced double digit growth, in August of 2010 Kinesys Automation announced its move to its current location in Oakland, NJ. The Oakland facility has afforded Kinesys a more accommodating layout with an increased space of over 8,000 square feet. Conveniently located in the shadow of New York, Kinesys Automation is only a 30 minute ride from Newark airport in NJ, and a 45 minute ride from LaGuardia airport in NY, allowing out of town customers to conveniently plan their visits for system acceptance.
where we are today
Today, Kinesys Automation has developed a full line of modular automation servicing customers in the paints, coatings, chemicals, colorants, oils, detergents, and food ingredients industries, and accommodating paste products like viscous inks, adhesives, cements, epoxies, and spackle.
As an original equipment manufacturer, Kinesys Automation is more than just a supplier. Providing imagination, innovation, and personalized service, Kinesys Automation is a solutions provider that understands the customers’ business and application. A company with the foresight and experience to see farther and help in moving forward; offering unique engineered solutions to complex automation challenges. By constantly applying new and creative solutions outside of traditional paths, Kinesys Automation realizes innovative designs. By emphasizing flexible modular assembly in the design phase, the resulting automation allows for customized assembly operations with interchangeable plug and play units.