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Published: Feb 05, 2024 by Krissy Ohnstad

Built to Meet Your Needs

Interstates provides industrial solutions for various markets, including value-added ag, energy and chemical, food and beverage, mission critical, consumer packaged goods, and solar at both a regional and national level. We bring our clients a wide breadth of experience in the grain handling industry, from greenfield builds to support for existing facilities, including upgrades, service calls, and ongoing maintenance.

Interstates industrial offerings include:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical Construction
  • Instrumentation
  • Industrial Automation & Integration
  • Control Panels, Power Skids, and E-House Production
  • OT Infrastructure and Cybersecurity
  • Regional Support and Maintenance Services

Interstates can handle everything for your grain handling project from early design through construction and controls programming. We are always looking for ways to add value and save time. Relying on prefabrication is one way we stay on top of our schedule while maintaining solid design. Our automation solutions will ensure your plant is compliant with Food Safety Modernization Act regulations. Let our design-build expertise guide you through your project’s electrical and technical components.

We thrive on solving your most complex challenges to ensure your facility stays up and running. And we do what it takes to deliver your solution on schedule, on budget, and on target with your needs. Interstates’ portfolio of electrical solutions is well suited to handle these challenges for your grain handling project. Reach out to Interstates to learn how we can partner with you on your next project.

Find Interstates at the GEAPS Exchange at booth 1601 to learn how our solutions can impact your facility. Our experts will be on hand to share the latest electrical and automation solutions and answer any questions you might have. Be sure to attend one of our three presentations at the show to learn more about retaining your employees, securing your grain elevator, and improving the performance of your plant.