Process Solutions Expands Manufacturing Capacity by 30% and Climbs to 115 Employees on Staff

Process Solutions Expands Manufacturing Capacity by 30% and Climbs to 115 Employees on Staff

Stanwood, WA (July 29, 2019) – Process Solutions has experienced tremendous growth in 2019, prompting the expansion of our manufacturing and engineering capacity.

To increase available manufacturing space and ensure the ability to meet all our client’s and partner’s production requirements, Process Solutions recently acquired a 5,000 Sq. Ft. facility in Arlington, WA. The new facility is tooled for high volume control panel assembly and testing, as well as crate construction.

In addition to acquiring the Arlington facility, Process Solutions recently revised the layout of our Stanwood facility’s manufacturing space. The revised layout significantly increases our useable space and allows us to designate areas for specific tasks, such as milling, panel layout, wiring, and testing. These designated task areas help create a

more efficient workflow for our technicians and better organizes our production process. Overall, the new Arlington facility and the revised layout of our Stanwood facility have increased Process Solutions’ manufacturing capacity by 30% in just two months.
Process Solutions’ new Arlington, WA facility provides an additional 5,000 Sq. Ft. of production space.

Process Solutions is also expanding our engineering capacity through the continued hiring of new hardware and software engineers. Recently, Process Solutions achieved a new milestone by reaching 115 employees, which brings our staff to over 50 hardware and software engineers, as well as over 40 technicians.

Process Solutions is committed to making key investments to better support our clients, partners, and suppliers. Through our latest investments in our facilities and staff, Process Solutions will continue to have the capacity and expertise to take on any automation project and deliver exceptional results. 

About Process Solutions, Inc.

Located near Seattle Washington, Process Solutions is the Northwest’s largest control systems integrator. With 30+ years in business and over 100 engineers and technicians on staff, Process Solutions has the knowledge, experience, and capacity to take on almost any automation project. Process Solutions provides a wide range of automation services, including electrical control panels, PLC and HMI programming, industrial and collaborative robots, energy management and refrigeration systems, SCADA software, and data science. For more information, please visit 

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We provide numerous remote and on-site services to our customers, including software upgrades, troubleshooting, hardware replacement, and feature additions. Our staff size provides us flexibility to quickly respond to standard time frames and emergency service.


Process Solutions provides installation services, as well as system start-ups. Our staff will travel anywhere in the world to help you get your system up and running. We start up hundreds of systems per year, and our licensed electricians on staff can pull permits as needed.


Our Engineering and CAD department can create a wide range of documents, including functional specifications, software design documents, test manuals, O&M manuals, P&ID, system drawings, and network drawings. Drawings for FDA level documents are a particular specialty.


Process Solutions software designers are equipped to handle any size job. We structure our program code to be easily read by both customers and engineers, making support and system upgrades fast and easy.


Process Solutions builds over 3,000 panels per year. Our high-volume model makes our technicians experts in the field and provides our customers with an industry leading experience. Efficient manufacturing practices, mixed with automated manufacturing equipment, allows for quick and consistent job completion.


Creation of custom designs for new and legacy systems. All drawings are template based using automatic CAD macros. Our techniques create an efficient design process with recognizable and easy to understand drawings.