SPOC Automation is pleased to announce its recent hire of Brian McBride, who will join the SPOC team as the Sales & Service Engineer for the Mid-Continent area. McBride’s proven background managing industrial projects, building success towards customer’s needs, and overall level of experience will help ensure SPOC continues to provide unmatched service support, allowing the company to further its leadership position within the artificial lift control markets.
McBride, a US Navy Veteran, comes to SPOC Automation with over 20 years of experience in the field service, engineering and electrical controls industry. Most recently, he was Sr. Field Service Technician for Global Production Serivces, a business that provides an array of automation products and field services to the petroleum market. Prior to that he was Product Support Manager for Enercon Engineering in Illinois. He started his career in engineering while serving as the Field Service Engineer at Caterpillar where his responsibilities included supporting drilling and FRAC operations in the west Texas oil field.
Currently, Brain and his wife of 14 years reside near Meeker, Oklahoma.
“Brian is very experienced in controls, automation and has world class electronic training from his military and industry experiences,” said Bobby Mason – President of SPOC Automation. “He will be a great asset to our customer and the SPOC team.”
Connect with Brian McBride (email here).
For more information, please contact SPOC Automation at 205-661-3642, email SPOC Automation – email@example.com or visit the SPOC website at www.spocautomation.com.
SPOC Automation builds world-class variable frequency drive (VFD) solutions for the oil and gas industry. We engineer and package artificial lift controls and automation technology that increase oil and gas production, lower lifting costs and save energy. The largest independent artificial lift controls manufacturer in North America, we apply decades of automation experience to your equipment or process to make products that help you produce more and spend less.