Member News: Parker Hannifin Acquires Helac

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 Parker Hannifin Corporation and Helac Corporation.

Parker Hannifin Corporation announced in February its acquisition of Helac Corporation. Helac is based in Enumclaw, WA and is a manufacturer of helical hydraulic rotary actuators as well as aftermarket attachments for the material handling and construction equipment industries, while Parker Hannifin is a producer of motion and control technologies and systems that serve a variety of markets. Helac employs about 300 people and will become a business unit of the Cylinder Division within Parker’s Hydraulics Group.

Read the full release here.

 

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