TROY (WWJ) — Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, welcomed 19 new members to its growing membership roster in October, edging closer to 1,000 member organizations.

“Automation Alley exists to create business development opportunities and results that help businesses grow. By helping our members achieve success, we are creating economic prosperity throughout our region,” said Automation Alley executive director Ken Rogers. “I’d like to welcome our 19 new members and encourage each of them to get involved at Automation Alley and with other members, who are both potential customers and partners.”

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The following 19 new members joined Automation Alley in October 2013:


Business Association
* Michigan Association for Female Entrepreneurs (Redford Township)


* City of Grand Blanc

Professional Services

Banking Institutions
* Flagstar Bank (Troy)

* Raven Executive & Security Services Inc. (Clarkston)

Technology and Manufacturing

Computer Networking Services
* D.R. Hunt & Associates (Troy)

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Engineering, Design and Prototyping Services
* ESG Automotive Inc. (Troy)
* Pilot Systems International, LLC (Farmington Hills)
* Revolutionary Engineering (Livonia)

Environmental Technologies
* Cleanetics (Canton Township)

* (Auburn Hills)
* SPX (Waterford Township)

Manufacturers’ Rep
* Energy International Corporation (Canton Township)

Manufacturing Equipment
* Durr Ecoclean (Wixom)

Materials, Composites and Chemicals
* Kitty Hawk Technologies LLC (Southfield)

Other Technology-based Services
* Worthington Specialty Processing (Canton Township)

Precision Machining, Fabrication and Assembly Services
* Oakland Machine Co. (Waterford Township)

Supply Chain and Logistics
* Stevens Worldwide Van Lines (Waterford Township)

* T-Mobile USA (Novi)

Web Development and Programming
* Commercial Progression (Northville)

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Also, Automation Alley said that in October, welcomed 22,903 unique visitors and 38,522 page views. The top five most-viewed pages were Home, Member Directory, Event Calendar, Marketing Toolkit: Advertising – Pros and Cons of Different Media and Marketing Toolkit: Marketing Objectives. Outside the United States, the website was most often viewed by individuals and organizations in India, Canada, the United Kingdom, Malaysia and Germany, while regionally, the city of Troy led with 5,021 visits.