Welcome to Moss Automation! My name is Ken Moss and I am the president of Moss Automation. I am a native of Sanford, NC. I have lived here since I was 5 years old. I attended Lee County Senior High School and graduated from there in June of 1990. My education in Electrical Engineering included study at three institutions of higher education. I began my education at Central Carolina Community College where I studied two years of Industrial Plant Maintenance. I then received my Associates Degree in Pre-Engineering from Sandhills Community College, followed by two more years of study in Electrical Engineering at North Carolina State University.
Fresh out of college I went to work for Moen, Inc. in their maintenance department for 5.5 years. While with Moen Inc. I converted relay logic machines and old PLC systems to Allen Bradley PLC5 and SLC150 systems. I was also responsible for emergency repairs on all type of manufacturing equipment including but not limited to zinc die cast machines, injection molding machines, GE Fanuc robot work cells, a variety of CNC machine and a variety of automated assembly machines.

After working for Moen I decided I wanted to pursue a career in automation controls. I went to work for Static Control Components, Inc. I started out as an Automation Technician and rapidly moved into the position of lead Automation Controls Engineer. I over saw 2 other Controls Engineers and technicians. Some of the projects I worked on while employed at SCC include but not limited to high speed bag machines capable of producing over 276 cycles per minute, web tensioning systems, a variety of laser inspection machines, dipping processes, automated spray coating machines, and a variety of automated assembly machines.
I worked for Static Control Components for 4.5 years and then decided to start my own automation controls company. So I started Moss Automation. Please see the company link for what our specialties and capabilities include.

I am also committed to the community in which I was raised, and where Moss Automation Inc. is headquartered. For the past 3 years, I have been an active member of the Central Carolina Jaycees, a community service oriented leadership development organization for 21-39 year olds. I have increased the membership of our organization by 24% making it the largest growth chapter for the year in the state of North Carolina. I have also been an integral part of many jaycee projects, such as raising over $2000.00 for cystic fibrosis foundation, over $3200 for cancer research, and over $5000 for the community fireworks display. I use my computer skills to volunteer for our local Habitat for Humanity. I have created an intensive volunteer and donor database to ease the management of their hundreds of involved volunteers.

As I am committed to my community, I am committed to quality work.

 
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