SP Technology designs and manufactures factory automation systems for global blue-chip clients in the pharmaceutical, medical, packaging, food, personal care, plumbing and tobacco industries.
There has been a steep rise in technology and more and more companies are looking to invest in automation to remain competitive, ensuring their products are meeting demand and increasing quality.
The company has seen an increase in enquiry levels from clients so, to ensure they keep up with demand, they have had to expand the applications team and have welcomed aboard Adam Laoud. A great addition to the SP Technology, team who will enable them to react to clients’ requests even quicker.
“I knew I wanted to work for SP Technology after a site visit in my previous role and seeing the high level of automated machinery which was far more complex than what I was designing. I wanted to progress to a level where I was involved with the design and build of autonomous machines in this type of industry and seen SP Technology would be the best place for that. I’m looking forward to working with the SP Technology team and meeting our customers and developing our solutions to suit their requirements.” Adam Laoud.
Adam joins the company following time as a trainee design project engineer, having completed a degree in Aeromechanical at Strathclyde University. He has been involved with mechanical design projects relating to new machinery or modifications to existing machinery. Adam will work closely alongside Matt Stevenson, applications manager to develop concepts for SP Technology clients’ bespoke automated systems.