Key Technology

In the words of Key Technology co-founder Claude Key, "opportunity was everywhere" when he helped found the company in 1948.
Since then, Key Technology has become a worldwide leader in food processing technology, continually striving to find and fulfill our customers' growing needs. Our ongoing innovations provide increased control, continuous processing and longer machine life--in processed fruits and vegetables, nuts, dried fruit, fresh-cut produce and more.
With corporate headquarters in Walla Walla, Washington USA and facilities in the Netherlands, Belgium, Australia and Mexico, Key has grown to serve dozens of industries with leading-edge technical, mechanical, optical and software-based solutions. We look forward to working with you to find the best solution for your unique needs.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Walla Walla, US
Founded
1948
Size (employees)
579 (est)
Website
key.net
Key Technology was founded in 1948 and is headquartered in Walla Walla, US

Key Technology Office Locations

Key Technology has offices in Walla Walla, Dandenong South, Hasselt, Santiago de Querétaro and in 3 other locations
Walla Walla, US (HQ)
150 Avery St
West Sacramento, US
800 3300 Industrial Blvd
Redmond, US
111 SE Lake Rd
Beusichem, NL
10 Beijerdstraat
Hasselt, BE
6 Bedrijfsstraat
Dandenong South, AU
6 7-11 Rodeo Dr
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Market capitalization (15-Aug-2017)

90.8 m
Key Technology's current market capitalization is $90.8 m.

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Apple reportedly acquired an AI startup focused on 'dark data' for $200 million (AAPL)

Apple has acquired artificial intelligence startup Lattice Data for $200 million, according to a report in TechCrunch.  The deal closed a few weeks ago and roughly 20 engineers from Lattice have joined Apple, according to the report, which cited an anonymous source.  Lattice…

Intel’s new Silicon Valley Autonomous Driving Garage is primed for partnerships

 The autonomous tech development facility is actually one of four garages Intel maintains globally, including one in Arizona, one in Portland, and one in Berlin. The Silicon Valley location, however, makes sure its biggest partners in the emerging space are close at hand. The facility officially ope…

Exosite Powering Parker Hannifin’s Voice of the Machine® IoT Platform

PRESS RELEASE: Exosite LLC, leading provider in the Internet of Things (IoT) platform market, today announced that its IoT software platform, Murano, and its IoT marketplace, Exchange, are key technology components powering the Voice of the Machine®...

Comparing tech platforms of France’s 5 leading presidential candidates

France’s next president will inherit a country deeply unhappy with the state of its public and economic affairs. But amid that angst there has been a major bright spot in recent years: the emergence of a surging tech and startup economy. The French go to the polls on Sunday in the first round of vot…

Why Facebook’s AR announcement should excite iPhone fans

Facebook’s big augmented reality announcements at its F8 developer’s conference in California are the clearest sign the next iPhone will have built-in AR hardware. SEE ALSO: Everything you need to know about what Facebook announced at F8 It’s true, Apple’s interest in and affinity for augmented…

8 pro tips for climbing Mount Everest from the guys who Snapchatted their journey

Next time you're whining about the ~struggles~ of trying to capture the perfect winter Snapchat to add to your story, think of Adrian Ballinger and Cory Richards — two badass mountaineers who used Snapchat to document their climb up Mount Everest last year — and toughen up. Before they attempt t…
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