Member News: Hydradyne Purchases Hydraulic House, Inc.

NFPA member news is designed to inform members of key industry updates in quick, bite-sized posts that provide only the most important information. This week’s update comes from Hydradyne LLC.

Hydradyne-logoHydradyne LLC recently announced that late last year it completed an agreement to acquire Hydraulic House, Inc. Hydraulic House is headquartered in Orlando, Florida and has a branch location in Dothan, Alabama. The company offers hydraulic components, fluid connector products, and in-house service and repair for hydraulic equipment. This addition to Hydradyne’s existing network of wholesale distribution, retail stores, fabrication, and repair centers across the southern United States will enhance the company’s business vision regarding customer experience.

“Hydradyne will strengthen Hydraulic House by offering our broad and deep product lines to its local customers,” said Hydradyne President David Parks. “In turn, Hydradyne will utilize Hydraulic House’s expertise and veteran sales team to offer exceptional service and customer support in central Florida, southern Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle.”

Read the full release here.

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