Innovate Your Facilities with Automation Software


Have you considered how automated systems can reduce costs and improve product quality at your chemical manufacturing facilities? It all hinges on having the right, and latest, software. Interstates has more than 30 years of industry and software install experience, and at least 10 years of expertise in installing FactoryTalk® Batch and PlantPAx®.

We are currently working with several companies throughout Iowa, Nebraska, and Georgia in the agricultural chemical industry that are utilizing the Rockwell Automation PlantPAx® distributed control system and the FactoryTalk® Batch software platform to innovate their systems.

These software platforms can help you:

  • Develop innovative and modern batch control strategies
  • Easily access your facility’s key actionable data
  • Respond more quickly to your customer’s most crucial requests
  • Be better prepared for situations involving fast-changing specifications

Working on and installing FactoryTalk® Batch and PlantPAx® has become somewhat of an Interstates specialty, and we are ready and available to come to your facility to see what kind of installation plan would give you the best results.

FactoryTalk® Batch and PlantPAx® have applications across agricultural chemical, pharmaceutical, fertilizer manufacturing, food processing, and other industries with batching processes. If you are ready to innovate your facility with this software but don’t have in-house expertise, we are ready to help you. Our dedicated team of over 200 controls engineers will support you through facility visits, design, and install for a seamless process.

Jason Anson, Division Manager


If you’re ready to gain the advantage of our expertise, call us at 712.722.1662.

Interstates is a Rockwell Solution Partner


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