Spring Automation provides material handling controls, software, and installation services to end-users, integrators, and OEMs. Our approach to serving you begins with listening and learning about you and your business. We'll learn and, in-turn, collaborate with you creatively. No holding back, and no assumptions. That's our commitment to you.
Our team of controls professionals want to be your partner of choice. We have an experienced team of designers, programmers, and leaders that understand MHE and the industries we serve. We love what we do and love making happy customers.
Team Member Highlights
Jason Dusch joined Spring Automation as a Project Manager this past February. He was born and raised in Pittsburgh, where he also received a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He is very knowledgeable about the industry, due to working at FedEx Ground for ten years as an Automation Engineer and Project Engineer. Jason enjoys being involved in a little bit of everything at Spring Automation and having a say from start to finish. He has had the opportunity to develop processes and standards that will help Spring evolve.
His advice for someone new to the industry is to get to site as soon as possible because it will help things click faster and get familiar with the processes already in place and the suppliers.
In his spare time, you can find Jason playing soccer or hockey and traveling. A fun fact about Jason is he is vegetarian, and he has four dogs.
Jeff joined Spring as an Engineering Team Lead in August and works with our team of Commissioning Engineers. Jeff graduated from Austin Peay State University with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He served eight years in the United States Navy before being introduced to the Automation and Robotics field. Over the past twenty-five years, Jeff has learned a lot of valuable lessons. The biggest lesson he has learned is the importance of details. Jeff explained, "it is difficult to notice ALL the details, but the effort to catch as many as you can before it's too late will pay dividends!"
In his spare time, Jeff can be found tinkering with and learning about different things, including antique tools. He recently learned how to make an electrolytic rust-removal rig.