System integrator expands Northeast operations with New York office

Superior Controls, a New Hampshire-based automation system integrator and a 2012 Control Engineering System Integrator of the Year winner, has opened an office in Albany, N.Y., to serve customers in the state.
By Superior Controls November 16, 2016

Rick Pierro is president and co-founder, Superior Controls, was named a Control Engineering editorial advisory board member, in a two- to three-year term, starting July 2016. Courtesy: Superior ControlsSuperior Controls, a New Hampshire-based automation systems integrator, has opened an office in Albany, N.Y., to serve upper New York state customers, according to Rick Pierro, president and cofounder (see photo).

Ten automation engineers are currently working out of the new office. Ken Hackett, with 20 years’ experience in management for a New York-based distributer, has been hired as the business development manager for the Albany office, Pierro said.

Superior Controls implements custom, validated automation systems primarily for the biotech and food and beverage industries. The company specializes in designing and implementing turnkey industrial automation and information systems. The company also performs project management procedures including design checks, simulation, and documentation validation.

Superior Controls is a 2012 Control Engineering System Integrator of the Year winner. The company is also a member of the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA). Rick Pierro, the president of co-founder of Superior Controls, is one of the inaugural members of Control Engineering’s re-established editorial advisory board, which provides input to editorial staff on content, relevancy, automation market, and audience.

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– Edited by Chris Vavra, production editor, Control Engineering, CFE Media, cvavra@cfemedia.com.

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