About Us

Charter Controls, Inc. is an industrial controls manufacturing facility located in Vancouver, Washington founded in April 2004 by Charlene O’Day. We are a member of the Washington State OMWBE (Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises).

Our mission is to create and maintain a mutually beneficial partnership with our customer base by consistently delivering top quality products and services. We keep abreast of new and emerging technologies in order to offer innovative control solutions to our clientele. A commitment to excellent service and technical support, combined with superior skill and workmanship and a focus toward lowering the overall cost of ownership to the end user have made us a preferred controls provider in the Pacific Northwest.

Our expertise is the custom design and manufacture of industrial automation and control systems servicing a broad range of industries including: corrugation, drinking water filtration, food processing, lumber, material handling, pulp and paper, pump control, robotics, soil reclamation, steel production and waste water treatment.

Industry Experience

Batch Processing • Boilers • Conveyors • Corrugation • Dike and Levy Controls • Fluid Power • Food Processing • Foundry • Heat Treating
• Injection Molding • Lumber • Material Handling • Motion Control • Packaging • Palletizing • Pick and Place • PID Control • Pneumatic Controls •Power Generation • Process Controls • Pulp and Paper • Pump Control • Robotics • SCADA Systems • Semiconductors • Soil Reclamation Systems

Our Major Suppliers


The Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business

Their mission is to promote equity and increase participation in public contracting and procurement for small business owned by minorities, women and disadvantaged persons through education and certification. Their vision, creating an environment where small businesses owned by minorities, women and disadvantaged persons have equal opportunity to participate in public contracting and procurement. 

Washington​ Procurement Technical Assistance Center

The Washington State Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) works to give businesses the opportunity to thrive in the government-contracting marketplace. Washington PTAC’s mission is to increase the number of government contracts awarded to Washington firms so that those firms can grow. They provide no cost, confidential, one-on-one technical assistance in all aspects of selling to federal, state, and local governments. PTAC advises businesses on bid reviews, marketing assistance, contract performance, small business designations, and more. PTAC hosts procurement training classes and seminars, and helps businesses register with the correct databases in order to compete for government contracts. With the help of PTAC, Washington State companies have been awarded more than $440 million in government contracts since 2009.

Siemens Solution Partner

Siemens works closely with a select global network of partners – proven technology leaders and industry experts – to ensure that all of your automation, drive technology and power distribution requirements are met, everywhere and at any time. That’s why they systematically train and support their partners, and certify them in specific technologies. Their stated goal is to train and support these partners to the same standards they apply to their own workforce. To do this, they apply contractually defined quality criteria and clearly defined processes for providing their partners with optimized support. This ensures that their partners have all the qualities necessary for your task.