Together, we manufacture what's next
Reliable equipment and systems for when stakes are high
Searching to find a reliable manufacturer that can build your technically challenging and complex equipment or automated system?
Do additional challenges compound your problem, such as:
Keller Technology delivers when you need specialized equipment the most.
We build it, and you put it to the test
For the most challenging industrial environments, Keller Technology Corporation is your one-stop source for manufacturing solutions.
Our experienced team specializes in complex industrial machinery, medical equipment and electromechanical assemblies, along with custom machine builds and precision fabrications. Find out more about our capabilities.
We are trained and certified to get the job done right
Buffalo, New York
Charlotte, North Carolina
Industries and Applications
Our legacy is built on quality
Founded in 1918, KTC has provided customers with first-rate manufacturing solutions for more than a century. Five generations later, find out how we have grown from a machine shop in Buffalo, New York to a global manufacturing leader.
Explore our North Carolina facility in this interactive virtual tour.
Virtually explore our Charlotte, North Carolina facility where we perform contract manufacturing of high-complexity electromechanical equipment, systems, and assemblies. With each click, you’ll experience 360 views of controlled environment rooms, offices, and manufacturing areas where our employees consistently meet or exceed ISO 7 level requirements and ensure customer satisfaction.
From the blog
Coronavirus: Keller Technology Corporation utilizes 3D printing capacity to produce headbands for face shields
Keller Technology Corporation (KTC) has several 3D printers available in our prototype labs, and they have been employed to produce headbands for face shields that …
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Keller Technology Corporation has registered as a manufacturer and exporter with the US Department of
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Listen to Barnaby Keller’s interview on the Manufacturing Unscripted podcast. During this episode, Barnaby takes