Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Fluid Power Engineering is now FPE Automation

FLUID POWER ENGINEERING IS NOW FPE AUTOMATION. A NAME CHANGE IN KEEPING WITH THE COMPANY’S EXPANDED SCOPE AND INDUSTRY COVERAGE 

In 1963 Fluid Power Engineering Company Inc. was founded by Richard Bardos and James Murphy. Together they hand selected the best pneumatic product lines and people to service Northern Illinois and Eastern Iowa. Over time, the company has successfully transitioned the business to the second generation, with the third generation in place to secure our future. 

Throughout the years as our customers’ requirements have changed along with technology, Fluid Power Engineering changed as well. We have expanded our original territory and opened an office in St Louis and now provide our services to Eastern Missouri as well as the entire State of Illinois and Eastern Iowa. We have become not only a provider of pneumatic components, but a supplier of Pneumatic and Motion Control Solutions with our core competency to supply our customers with total Automation Solutions to enhance their equipment’s performance, reduce down time, and help them be more competitive in their respective markets.   

We consider the keys to our expansive growth: 

People
Our employees, customers and suppliers are paramount to our success and our future.
Products
The products we represent are best in class and provide many years of reliable performance.   

Solutions
Our highly trained and skilled staff, working in harmony with our customers and suppliers, come up with solutions that dramatically affect the relevance of our customers in their marketplace. 


With that in mind, Fluid Power Engineering Company, Inc. is now FPE Automation, Inc. The name change more clearly identifies our overall core competencies as an organization. The three arrows in our new logo represent the three key areas ‐ people, products and solutions ‐ and the center ring is representative of our valued customers. 


No action is required on your part. If you prefer, you can continue to address all correspondence to Fluid Power Engineering Company, Inc. Both are correct.

No comments:

Post a Comment