HIMA names Applied Control Engineering as System Integrator

September 13, 2010 – HIMA Americas announced that Applied Control Engineering (ACE) has joined its comprehensive Partner Program as a Trained System Integrator.

As a Trained System Integrator, ACE has been fully trained by HIMA’s experts and enjoys the full technical support and backing of HIMA. They have access to HIMA’s entire range of safety automation platforms, providing leading edge NONSTOP safety solutions to their clients throughout the USA.

ACE, an independent systems integration firm with seven offices throughout the northeast USA and Texas, focuses on clients in the machine/process, plant, and enterprise industries. For the past twenty years, they have built a reputation for having the depth and breadth of expertise necessary to successfully complete any project.

Sven Grone, president of HIMA Americas, said “HIMA Americas places great importance on developing mutually beneficial relationships with our partners. ACE is a perfect match, as their core values align with ours. We anticipate that it will benefit all parties concerned – HIMA, ACE, and most of all, our customers."

“ACE is excited to partner with HIMA, a global leader in process automation safety,” said Timothy L. Cole, P.E., president of ACE. “We are excited about the new opportunities this partnership brings our customer base and to further our work with HIMA.”

About ACE
Since 1991, ACE has been helping manufacturing, controls, and engineering professionals in every aspect of automation, process control, and information technology systems integration. From platform selection and design, to start-up and validation, as an independent systems integrator, ACE helps customers select the right solution and then implement it on time and on budget.

About HIMA
HIMA is the world’s leading independent designer of automated safety solutions used in the process industry. Over the past 40 years, more than 25,000 HIMA systems have been installed in more than 80 countries to protect the assets of the world’s major oil gas and processing companies. That same technology is being applied to develop new, creative solutions for machine and building safety.