NFPA Company Profile: Helgesen Industries

Introducing NFPA Company Profiles for NFPA News

A short profile of an NFPA Member is a new feature for the NFPA News.  NFPA membership is at an all-time high and this is just one way for us to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s Company is Helgesen Industries.

Helgesen Logo web smallHelgesen Industries, based in Hartford, WI, designs and manufactures hydraulic fluid conditioning devices and tank circuit performance products, reservoirs, tanks, custom reservoirs, leak-proof vessels, filtration systems and accessories.  Globally recognized for their Helical Product Lifecycle, Helgesen serves a variety of industries, including construction, energy, mining and defense.  Since 1977, on-going growth at Helgesen is fulfilling the increasing global need to offer engineering and manufacturing facilities in international regions. Helgesen’s European operations are based in Bydgoszcz, Poland, Asia operations in Tianjin, China and most recently South American operations in Boituva, Brazil.

NFPA Members since 2012, they have had representatives in the Future Leaders Network and a special Workforce Summit Task Force.  NFPA conference attendance has also been a priority.  For more information go to https://www.helgesen.com.


 

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