About Us

Buckeye Automation Inc.

Founded in October 2003 , by Chris Frost and George Frost, Buckeye Automation's mission was, and is, to provide their customers with the most effective solutions to their automation needs through state of the art conceptual planning, concise electrical designs and thorough technical service and training. It is their belief that it isn’t enough to provide just great products and service but to do it on time, on budget and to be accessible to their client’s every need. With over 40 years of expertise in the automated manufacturing industry, and virtually an expert in every field of robotics, engineering, CAD, electrical, programming, quality control and industrial maintenance, they can solve nearly any problem in house. Since their founding, Buckeye Automation has secured the trust of such worldly known companies as: General Electric, Honda, IACNA (Formerly Lear), Tennessee Rand, Brown, Balluff, Amtex, Orbis, CAPT, Johnson's Welding Products, Rimrock, OTC Daihen, Flexible Systems and countless others. Presently, the company’s commitment to their clients, ever more growth and the future of the industry is being solidified with the acquisition of the field’s brightest and most experienced minds.

  • Company headquarters are located in historic downtown Saint Paris, Ohio. Saint Paris is a half hour drive from Dayton International Airport or just under an hour from Port Columbus International Airport.
  • From Dayton or Cincinnati, take I-75 north to State Route 36 east out of Piqua. State Route 36 brings you directly into Saint Paris where you make a right hand turn onto Springfield Street in the center of town. Drive about 4 blocks and we are the building on the right with the maroon roof.
  • From Columbus, take I-70 west to State Route 29 west. State Route 29 will pass through the town of Mechanicsburg and city of Urbana. In Urbana, State Routes 29 and 36 will merge. You want to follow Route 36 out of Urbana and into Saint Paris where in the center of town you will turn left onto Springfield Street, follow for about 4 blocks. We are the building on the right with the maroon roof.

  • Lodging may be reserved in the area, there is a Comfort Inn and Knight’s Inn in Piqua. Piqua has a number of fine dining restaurants as well as many family and fast food facilities. Urbana has a few fine dining but a host of family restaurants and fast food chains.