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Superior Controls of Seabrook, NH Named System Integrator of the Year for 2012 by Control Engineering Magazine
Date:1/5/2012

SEABROOK, N.H., Jan. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Superior Controls, Inc. has been named "System Integrator of the Year 2012" by Control Engineering magazine.  Each year, the worldwide competition recognizes the system integration company that best demonstrates exceptional technical expertise, business skills and customer satisfaction. A panel of eight industry experts reviewed over 50 applications from industrial systems integrators throughout the world. 


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"We are very proud to receive this prestigious industry recognition," said Rick Pierro, president of Superior Controls.  "We have always sought to be the very best for our customers, and this award reflects that commitment.  To have been a finalist last year and then to win the award this year is a testament to our proven project methodologies, the professionalism of our staff and management, and the strong, long-term partnerships we have developed with our customers."

Texas A&M Professor Mike Workman, one of the panelists judging the competition observed, "I was especially impressed with the diversity of clients, offerings, and methodology that Superior Controls has developed for different applications."  Superior Controls was the first CSIA member to have its policies, procedures, and methodologies certified four times, and the company's five-member validation department ensures that FDA-regulated clients receive all the necessary testing and documentation.

According to Control Engineering Magazine's System Integration Editor Vance VanDoren, Ph.D., P.E., "Superior Controls impressed our panel of judges with their credentials, their customer testimonials, and their business systems designed to ensure project integrity.  Superior specializes in a rather demanding segment of the automation market yet continues to satisfy thei
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