Moore Industries celebrates 50 years
Moore Industries started out with three employees in California in 1968 and has grown with offices worldwide in the United States, Australia, Belgium, China, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Since then, the company has been serving process manufacturing businesses and Fortune 500 companies in oil, gas, mining, chemical, power generation, water and wastewater treatment, pharmaceutical, food, beverage, consumer packaged goods, semiconductor and biotechnology industries.
Today, Moore Industries is carrying on its original mission of making tough and reliable products. As a leader in the design and manufacture of interface instruments for industrial process control, system integration and factory automation, the company’s success wouldn’t have been possible without loyal customers. Customer relationships are the primary focus as Moore Industries will continue to provide nothing less than the best quality in process industry products and exceptional services.
Appreciation for customer service and innovation over the years has led to numerous awards and recognition including multiple Control Engineering Product Recognition awards and Automation Excellence Awards. In 2009, founder Leonard W Moore was awarded one of the process industry’s highest honours, ISA Honorary Membership. He also holds a lifetime membership in IEEE.
Moore Industries’ rugged and reliable products include alarms, HART interface devices, complete temperature sensing and transmitting products, signal conditioners and isolators with a rapidly expanding line of IEC 61508-certified functional safety devices.
“Over the years, we have transformed the company’s analog instrumentation lines and solutions into microprocessor and software-based smart instrumentation and control products,” said Scott Saunders, President and CEO. “And an overwhelming amount of the company’s long-term success and tenure within the industry belongs to our devoted and hardworking employees.”
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