New strategic distribution agreement with Oilgear

Fluidpower Group have announced that they are pleased to join forces with Oilgear, the US-based specialist pump and valve manufacturer. Together they have formed a strategic alliance aimed at generating significant growth of Oilgear products across the UK and Europe.

Oilgear pumps and valves

  • Long-lasting pumps and valves for arduous applications, providing smooth operation under the harshest conditions
  • The Fluidpower Group now has full access to the Oilgear range
  • Provide complete technical support
  • Help with product configuration to suit application requirements

“As part of our strategic development, we have been seeking the right partner in the UK for some time. We have been monitoring the progress of the Fluidpower Group over the past couple of years and have been impressed with their progress. However, the overall attraction of the Fluidpower Group was multi-faceted and included their ability to provide full customer support across the UK and Ireland, together with a European footprint, their strong management structure and financial stability, and their depth of engineering capabilities.”

Chris Howie, Oilgear Vice President

Oilgear is a well-known global brand synonymous with high quality products, suitable for applications in the harshest of environments such as subsea, steel production, aerospace, construction, civil engineering, quarrying, offshore and marine.

“We [the Fluidpower Group] are extremely proud to have secured this agreement with Oilgear. Our experienced team of application engineers perfectly complement Oilgear’s high-end technical products and, coupled with our experience in major civil projects, servicing and installations, provide a solid foundation for a prosperous strategic relationship and improve our offer to our customers. The Oilgear agreement strengthens our Group product portfolio, enhancing our ability to provide the correct engineering solution in any application. As part of this agreement, we are committed to holding significant stocks to support existing and new customer requirements.”

Nick Fossey, COO, Fluidpower Group

Source: Fluidpower Group

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