Thursday, December 14, 2017

Robots for Everyone

I am no technological expert about robots, but I have listened to several presentations about the subject of robotics, artificial intelligence, and all of the technologies in between.  Our company, WTWH Media has become very involved in this technology with the acquisition of our website The Robot Report.


I know that robotics is a market for fluid power components but, not being a technology expert, I am not clear of the volume of components sold into this market.  So we may have some synergy here with this new venture and I will look forward to any opportunities to utilize this new property for our fluid power customers.

This new business sector also has an event titled Robotics Summit & Showcase and the first event will be held in May 2018.  Here is a link to the event website.



I would like to hear any feedback on fluid power in robotics.  What I have heard is that robotics are being used in manufacturing, material handling, and even in consumer applications.  As companies seek competitive advantages in the manufacturing and logistics fields, robotics continue to grow in usage.

I know that historically both hydraulics and pneumatics have been used in robotics.  Also, some fluid power distributors have become involved in the distribution of robotic products.  I see the whole integration of robotics continuing to grow

Monday, December 11, 2017

... and generating sales leads

If you have seen my sales presentation, you know that I promote Building Brand Awareness while Generating Sales Leads ...


Does that look familiar?  Well, our capability to generate sales leads for our advertisers is better than ever.  With our five e-newsletters, e-blasts, white papers, e-books, and webinars, we can help your company to take advantage of the current upturn in the fluid power industry.

Even if we do not get to speak before the end of this year, we can reconvene in 2018 to discuss ways that our network will help your company to increase sales and market share in the new year!

Friday, December 8, 2017

Women in Fluid Power

The National Fluid Power Association NFPA, wrapped up its regional meeting series this week with the Chicago area meeting held at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills, IL.  For more information about 2018 regional meetings please visit their website.  It was a very nice event with two excellent speakers.



Tamima Farooqui is the Job Resource Specialist at the college and she gave a very thorough overview on what kinds of jobs technical students are seeking and how they can best assimilate into the workforce.  She gave some background on the type of training and counseling they receive at Moraine Valley.  

The second speaker, Neil Barker, Associate Professor of Integrated Systems Technology furthered the notion of a diverse workforce.  He gave some great insights into the technical training and career aspirations of their technical students.  Later, Neil gave a tour of their new fluid power lab.

Near the end of her presentation, Tamima touched on the subject of a diverse workforce and the phrase that caught my attention was Women in Fluid Power, although she may not have said that directly.  The reason that concept is particularly interesting to me is that we at Fluid Power World are planning such a session at our upcoming Fluid Power Technology Conference taking place in Milwaukee at MSOE on May 15-16, 2018.  Here is a link to our website.


Having been involved in this fluid power industry for many years, I am aware that women have indeed played an important role in many areas from managers to engineers to technicians.  At our panel discussion, we hope to further shed light on the role of women in fluid power and, hopefully, encourage more women to get involved in the technology.

If you have any ideas along these lines, I would like to hear from you as we are putting this session together now.  If you would like to know more about attending the 2018 Fluid Power Technology Conference, please click on the link above.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Why Care About Compressed Air?

Well, we at Fluid Power World do care about compressed air.  In fact, we have an entire website and e-newsletter dedicated to compressed air called Pneumatic Tips in each case.

 We are very fortunate at FPW to have an excellent Contributing Editor on the subject of compressed air and his name is Ron Marshall and he is a consultant with the Compressed Air Challenge.  Ron writes column in every issue of FPW titled Energy Efficiency and I invite you to read that on our website or in our magazine.


In adding to our offering of great editorial content, we produced a webinar recently titled Compressed air optimization:  Solving your system problems in an energy efficient way by the very same expert, Ron Marshall.  

You can access this webinar at your convenience on-demand by following this link:  Compressed Air Optimization  It is free to view and you can do this from your own computer on your time.

I invite you to register and watch this very interesting and very informative webinar for free.  Let me know what you think.



Monday, November 27, 2017

Being A Media Veteran

Being a media veteran has its pros and cons, mostly pros.  By having many years of experience as a media professional in the fluid power industry, I have some unique insights into what works in terms of media strategy.

I can simplify my advice in one sentence.  Try all forms of media as your budget allows.  We believe here at WTWH Media, parent company of Fluid Power World, that the ways that engineers and other technical people consume information has forever changed and it continues to evolve.


That is why our magazine and digital media network offer so many opportunities for our advertisers to send their sales message to our readers and audience.  We connect the two in many ways.  I always advise my clients to use multiple platforms to reach their target audience and that includes print, web, digital, custom. and in-person.

Guess what.  Fluid Power World offers all of those platforms to marketers of fluid power components.  All we really need to do to craft a successful media program is to pick the right amount of each.  



Let's make 2018 a great year for your company by applying our solutions to your needs.  Please contact me at mference@wtwhmedia.com for the best solutions.

As for the cons ...  I see that what we at Fluid Power World and WTWH Media have to offer to our clients as the best solution for everyone.  As you know if you are in the field of sales, not everyone agrees with your solution all the time.  But I really do believe in what we are doing for our clients!


Tuesday, November 21, 2017

A Busy Time of the Year

I have probably written this before but this is a very busy time of the year.  Let alone the preparation and celebration of the holidays, this is a hectic time for media professionals.

First of all, I wish all of my readers and all of my customers a Very Happy Thanksgiving.


I appreciate anyone who takes the time to read my posts.  I always try to share useful content that is in some way centered around the fluid power industry and all of the markets served.  If you are a regular reader, thank you for your support!!!

If you are a customer of Fluid Power World, thank you so much for making this magazine and digital media network a big success.  Please let me know how I can serve you best in the coming year!

It remains a very busy time though because most of my customers are preparing their 2018 marketing programs now and I have attempted to contact everyone who might be interested in advertising in 2018.  If you have any questions regarding how we can increase your brand awareness while generating sales leads, please send me a message at mference@wtwhmedia.com

Monday, November 6, 2017

Finish 2017 Strong

This year has been a fairly good one for the fluid power industry.  Some companies may say that it has been a very good year!

We still have one more print issue of Fluid Power World coming up and that is our December issue.  I invite all of our advertisers and prospective advertisers to finish the year strong with a special advertising package that I have put together.

Here is our lineup :

Mobile Hydraulics – Construction Equipment, the largest user of hydraulics will be examined here.  There are many interesting stories involving construction equipment and a new chapter will be unveiled in December.
Pneumatics  - Packaging equipment designs are studied in this issue.  Packaging equipment represents one of the biggest users of pneumatic components.
Industrial Systems – Integrating IoT with fluid power systems for maximum performance is the planned topic.  The Internet of Things offers efficiency and productivity for fluid power systems.
Product FocusPneumatic cylinders and hydraulic pumps will  be explained in this issue.

Please contact me about our special package that will help your company to finish the year strong!

Friday, November 3, 2017

Websites Designed to Serve

Our Fluid Power digital media network consists of five websites and the network is designed to serve the informational needs of our engineering audience.  It all starts with great content and I would like to share some of that with you now.

From our newest website, Sealing & Contamination Control Tips, here is an article that explains Beta Ratio.  What is Beta Ratio?  To any reader with an interest in fluid power filtration, this article will have meaning.  This is the entry point into our digital media network for those individuals.

One of our websites is dedicated to hose, fittings, assemblies, quick couplings, crimpers, saws, and everything that makes fluid conveyance possible.  Hose Assembly Tips features articles such as How do you clean hydraulic hose assemblies?  This is the where technical fluid power buyers and specifiers enter our digital media network.

All of the content found on our websites including the two listed above along with Pneumatic Tips, and Mobile Hydraulic Tips, is syndicated to our Fluid Power World website making access to great fluid power content easy.

Visit our digital media network today for information on all aspects of fluid power technology.  Our websites are designed to serve the information needs of our audience of fluid power engineers and technicians with a need for current information.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Helping with advertising strategy and providing solutions

In order to best serve fluid power manufacturers and distributors with their marketing and advertising plans and strategy, it is very important to understand the products made and sold by the individual client with which we are working.  I have been the Publisher of Fluid Power World magazine and digital media network for the past 3 years and this has been my standard method of providing service.



Marketing and advertising strategy depends a lot on a company’s market position, sales channels, budget, and intentions on how to grow their sales.  In working with a fluid power client, I like to gather all of this information before making a recommendation.  Every advertiser is at least a little bit different and our media network offers solutions for every one of them.

Fluid Power World offers several means for reaching qualified buyers and specifiers of fluid power components and related products.  We surround the engineer with information allowing our advertisers to choose the media that will work best for them.  I consult with every advertiser to build the most efficient and effective advertising plan possible.

We have a very strong team of editors and they are supported by contributors with many years of experience in fluid power.  We use all of these content providers in our print magazine, websites, e-newsletters, and many forms of sponsored content.  Finding the right mix of media for any client is the result of consultation and matching solutions with needs.

Please contact me for assistance in putting together your 2018 marketing program for your fluid power components, services, or related products.  Our Fluid Power World network will increase your brand awareness while generating sales leads.  


Friday, October 27, 2017

Quarterly Report on the Fluid Power Economy

If your company is a member of the National Fluid Power Association NFPA, then you will receive quarterly reports done by the Institute for Trends Research, ITR, for NFPA members.  This is very useful information because, as the name indicates, trends in the economy are reported on a regular basis.

As Fluid Power World is a member of NFPA, I receive these reports and find them very useful.  In addition to the information learned at the annual Industry & Economic Outlook Conference held in Wheeling, IL every August, I get updates throughout the year.  There are also quarterly webcast updates of economic information done by ITR for NFPA members.

The latest report for the third quarter of 2017 shows very solid economic conditions for the fluid power industry with accelerating growth for hydraulic and pneumatic components at a 12.3% rate for this year.  While there will be a slowdown coming in growth, the forecast is for another positive plus growth year for fluid power components in 2018.

From my prospective as the Publisher of Fluid Power World magazine and digital media network, I strongly recommend to all fluid power component manufacturers to continue advertising to take advantage of the current strong economy and to gain an advantage leading into the next slowdown.

I can help you to put together advertising plans for 2018.  Just give me a call or send me an e-mail at mference@wtwhmedia.com.  We have great plans for next year and together we can help your company's sales to grow.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Our Conference is coming together for 2018

The Fluid Power Technology Conference will be held on May 15-16, 2018 at the Kern Center at the Milwaukee School of Engineering in Milwaukee.  Since our 2017 conference this past May, we have been holding regular meetings with our committee of advisors.  Our intention is to take what we have established with this event and continue to make it better.



Some of the ideas that we have discussed for next year include having more panel discussions, including users and customers on some of the manufacturers' seminar presentations, and having a panel titled Women in Fluid Power.  All of these ideas are starting to take shape.

Additionally, we will be hosting a Fluid Power Basics day of training on Monday, May 15, 2018 conducted by the faculty at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.  There will be tours of the Fluid Power Institute Lab and the Rapid Prototyping Center.  We are searching for a manufacturer partner to hose an off-site tour as well.

So our efforts to make the event even better for our attendees is starting so show results.  For more information on our event, please refer to our event website.


Monday, October 23, 2017

Integrated programs are best

As we approach the end of the year, one of the very important phases of a marketing plan for most fluid power companies takes place now.  Marketing professionals are planning their 2018 marketing ad advertising strategies.

I would like to offer some advice to them and that is that integrated advertising programs are best.  Print, web, e-mail, and custom media program work best when they are all used together.  Our promise at WTWH Media is that we surround the engineers seeking up-to-date information with the very content they are seeking.

Surrounding them with many forms of content is the best way to reach fluid power buyers and specifiers.  Our programs do just that.

If you would like help with your 2018 advertising strategy, please let me know.  I can help.

At Fluid Power World, we offer an excellent magazine, six websites, six e-newsletters, custom sponsored content, and a ever-widening social media network.  Let us put this network to work for  your company.



Friday, October 20, 2017

Who was the second man on the moon?

Well, I happen to remember that day in July 1969 when two American astronauts landed their Apollo lunar landing module on the moon.  The first guy was Neil Armstrong.  I remember him saying "One small step for man ... and one giant leap for mankind" like it was yesterday.  This was perhaps the greatest engineering feat up until that time.

The second person to set foot on the moon was astronaut Buzz Aldrin.  So, when I was browsing through the audiobooks available from the Cuyahoga County Public Library on my cell phone, I spotted the name Buzz Aldrin and realized that this book might just be worth listening to, and it was.


I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book by Buzz Aldrin titled No Dream is Too High:  Lessons from a Man Who Walked on the Moon.  The author relates his life's experiences including his moon walk, to offer useful advice on all aspects of life.  Buzz is still working to share his knowledge and experience with his audience on many subjects.

I recommend this book to anyone, especially a boomer like me.



Friday, October 13, 2017

Would you like to learn more about cylinders?

We currently have an on-demand webinar on our Fluid Power World website about hydraulic cylinders and I invite you to take a look.


Here is a link for you to register for this free webinar.  At Fluid Power World, we produce and promote educational webinars on a regular basis.  Take a look.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

We can do more with video

I may have mentioned this before but WTWH Media is very strong in the area of video production.  We can tell a company's story very well with video that is posted on our website, on YouTube, and in our e-newsletters.

From videos done at trade shows


to videos done in our studio


to videos done on location


our video team offers professional technical video production combined with expert fluid power editing to help our clients to tell their story through video.  We surround our audience with content including print, web, e-newletters, webinars, and videos and let them select the format they choose to learn from.  I invite you to visit our video library at this link to view what we have to offer.

If your company is interested in contributing to our video library through new video done by our team, please contact me.



Friday, October 6, 2017

Good for two more years

Well, another successful ICUEE Show has been concluded.  For a long time, I have been telling fluid power industry professionals about this trade show in Louisville that has lots of fluid power components and related products on display.  This year was no exception.  It is right up there with the OTC Show as one of the best displays of fluid power technology next to the IFPE Show.


In case you are not familiar with this great event it is the International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition.  It is an indoor/outdoor event similar to ConExpo but the focus of the ICUEE is, of course, machinery and equipment used by utilities of all types including power companies and municipalities.  Here is a link to their website.

Unfortunately, if you missed the show this week, you will have to wait another two years for the next show in 2019 in Louisville, KY.  In addition to the many fluid power components and controls on display at the show, there was lots of equipment and systems to see.



I wish that I took more photos and videos to relay the experience of ICUEE 2017!  So I will just tell you that if your company is involved in hydraulic components and systems used in mobile equipment and you are looking for a place to display your products, consider the 2019 ICUEE.  If you are involved with the design and operation of mobile hydraulic systems, put it on your calendar.  But you will have to wait two more years.




Monday, October 2, 2017

Digital Media Network

I professionally refer to myself as the Publisher of Fluid Power World Magazine and digital media network.  Well, what exactly is a digital media network?

Let me explain how it is evolving.  At WTWH Media, our philosophy is to reach our audience of engineering and other technical professionals with useful and interesting fluid power content in the format that they prefer to receive it.  It starts with our print publication, Fluid Power World, with seven issues published and mailed to our audience.


That print edition gets mailed out to about 13,000 qualified readers but it is also sent out digitally to another 80,000 or so digital recipients and that is the start of our "digital media network."  Every reader on that list can access every issue of the print magazine and make inquiries directly to our advertisers.

With regard to content, let's take a step back an look at our five websites:  Fluid Power World, Pneumatic Tips, Mobile Hydraulic Tips, Hose Assembly Tips, and Sealing & Contamination Control Tips.  We receive lots of great content from many sources including manufacturers, distributors, OEMs, users, educators, and more.  All of that great content is posted on our websites where it becomes available for pick up in our magazine or in our five monthly e-newsletters with the same titles.

Now, there is also content that appears first in our magazine or in our e-newsletters, but for the most part, content enters our "digital media network" through our five websites.  Then it is sent to an audience of close to 50,000 people on our e-newsletter subscriber lists.

Add to that mix, our Social Media Network where the content is promoted on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn by our social media marketing team and the content gets spread even further.  Then some of the content is used in our webinars, e-books, and e-blasts to spread the word.

All of the press releases, product tutorials, and end-use application stories are available in-print and online and promoted through our e-newsletters and social media network.  That is what I mean when I refer to our digital media network.  

Our advertisers can take advantage of this wide-reaching network by using an integrated advertising program that utilizes print ads, web banners, and e-mail based ads.  We can even manage your social media participation.  Our network is wide reaching and it will produce results for your company.  Please contact me if you would like further explanation.

Friday, September 29, 2017

Mike Rayburn at FPDA 2017

The closing session at the 2017 NFPA/ISD Summit in Nashville was presented by a very interesting speaker named Mike Rayburn.  You may have heard of him as he is a well-known Comedian, Guitarist, and Keynote Speaker.  He illustrates his message using laughter and his amazing guitar.  For more information about Mike Rayburn, just visit his website.


The title of his presentation was "The Always Musical 'What If' Keynote Experience for Maximizing Opportunity and Experience.  Some of the key takeaways from his presentation included the key question of What If? Writing music you can't play, and being a virtuoso.  The What If portion of the talk challenges everyone to ask that question of themselves or their business.  What if we could achieve  - - - and then fill in the blank and work to achieve that stretch goal.  

The challenge to write music you can't play, which Rayburn does regularly, is to set goals that you can't accomplish - at least until you make a plan to accomplish it.  Set a goal and don't start with what is possible but with what is cool.

The virtuoso part challenges everyone to become the best that they can at whatever they do.  Resolve to be your personal best and set about doing what it takes to get you there.  Watching listening to Mike at the FPDA was really lots of fun.  It was also very thought provoking.  For more information about his approach, visit his website.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Tools of the Trade

I have heard a lot of discussion this week at the FPDA/ISD Summit about the future of sales and the supply chain.  One of the topics within that discussion is about using technology to communicate, including social media.  In the past, face-to-face selling and follow ups by phone and mail were the standard.  Those were the tools of the trade for field sales people in most every industry.

Obviously, things have changed and continue to change in the area of communication.  I have even heard that communication trends have changed the actual need for field sales representatives.  Outside of serving existing customers, some experts feel that the value of face-go-face selling is declining, especially because so many people prefer to be contacted electronically.

When I started in the business world several decades ago, the briefcase and telephone were two of the key tools of the trade for sales people.



Ok, I am really dating myself here but you get the point.  For many years, sales people functioned without constant communication.  Now, with the proliferation of "communicate 24/7 devices" the game has changed dramatically and will continue to change.



That evolution includes much more than smart phones and tablets.  Now for salespeople to be more effective in communicating to their clients and prospects, social media has become prominent.  My own network includes Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.




So as things continue to change, my advice to everyone involved in marketing and sales is to stay up to date with all of the technology used to communicate, tools of the trade.  One key point that I would like to make is that each new addition to our communication tools does not replace or eliminate the old.

While I do not exactly carry the traditional briefcase, I do carry a backpack (probably a little out of date) and I have used the cell phone more than a desk phone.



Tools of the trade have changed.  What is next?  Any ideas?






Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Amplify Your Future - FPDA 2017

The 2017 Fluid Power Distributor Association / International Sealing Distribution Association Joint Industry Summit is taking place at the Music City Center in Nashville.  With over 250 attendees, this year's event has grown to a very robust position thanks to the leadership of both associations.


After a wonderful Welcome Reception at the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, the event kicked off with a presentation titled Economic Outlook for 2017 and Beyond by economist Chris Kuehl on Monday morning.  In this session, Dr. Kuehl discussed key indicators for the economy such as capacity utilization, the PMI index for optimism, and the Credit Managers' Index, a new one to me.



Next on the Monday agenda were two UID-In-A-Day sessions by Mike Marks and Don Buttrey.  Marks, of Indian River Consulting Group, addressed how distributors must move quickly to address today's challenges.  He talked about innovation sand how the game continues to change.  His session offered strategies for dealing with external changes and threats and referred the audience to a book titled Business Model Generation:  A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers by Alexander Osterwalder 
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Buttrey Sales Professional Training, Inc. gave a very interesting and informative session about Vital Planning Regimens for Sales Professionals and The Sell Process.  He talked about tactical selling and focusing on the customer.

On Tuesday morning, a lively panel discussion considered Facing the Forces of Change:  Navigating the Seas of Disruption where they current sales technology, social media, Amazon and more.

This has been a very successful Summit and I congratulate the organizers at FPDA and ISD for all of their efforts in putting together a meaningful and fun event.  Next year, the Summit will be held in Lake Tahoe at the Resort at Squaw Creek.  For more information visit their website.

Friday, September 22, 2017

Good e-reading

We offer many opportunities for our audience to read and review excellent fluid power content.  One of them is our series of e-books.  I would like to invite you to download and read our latest e-book titled, Proper Management of Hydraulic Fluid Systems.


Here is a little of what you will find in this free download
  • Follow these 5 simple tasks for efficient hydraulic fluid management
  • Clean hydraulics: contaminant removal
  • 5 Uses for a Hydraulic Filter Cart
As I have mentioned in this blog before, we are committed to reporting on cleanliness in hydraulic fluid and have devoted our website Sealing & Contamination Control Tips to the topic of keeping hydraulic fluid clean and sealed.

Take a look at this new e-book and visit our website for the latest content on the subject of fluid cleanliness.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Two More Fluid Power Webinars in 2017

Fluid Power World will host two more informative webinars this year on timely and important topics. Fist, in October, we will conduct Pneumatic System Design.

"The benefits of pneumatic power can be realized by following some basic pneumatic design rules for specifying air preparation units, actuators and valves."  These words are taken directly from our recent article titled Pneumatic design 101:  Go with the flow and you can find this article on our Pneumatic Tips.
This article was contributed by Chip McDaniel, Educational Specialist at Automation Direct.  In this article, Chip gives some basic explanations of the advantages of pneumatic systems.  Our upcoming webinar on Pneumatic System Design will have similar content and further the discussion.

Our final webinar of the year will be titled Proper Contamination Control.  Again, we have an entire website devoted to the topic of sealing and contamination control titled Sealing & Contamination Control Tips.

This is the newest of our five websites and it features content that will help designers and maintenance professionals to produce and operate the most efficient systems possible.  Our December webcast will deal with the same topic of controlling the cleanliness of the fluid in any system to enable the most efficient operation possible.

Please contact me if you would be interested in sponsoring either of these editorial webinars.  Your company will gain exposure through your sponsorship and will receive all of the sales leads generated.  mference@wtwhmedia.com

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Coming in November

In the midst of the current economic improvement for the fluid power industry, our November issue will highlight some very important fluid power topics.  The November issue of Fluid Power World will include:

Mobile Hydraulics - Here is a review of the performance of mobile hydraulic systems in extreme environments.  Most construction and mining equipment work in harsh environments and we will examine how they stay productive.

Pneumatics - Vacuum is used in many industrial applications such as packaging and automation systems.  This issue will take a little deeper dive into vacuum systems and components.

Industrial Systems - Maintenance issues and controls will be reviewed in this focus on industrial, in-plant fluid power systems.  Both topics are essential to top performing machinery.

Product Focus - we will have two.  One product group to be covered is protective devices used on many ports and connectors until they are ready to be put into use.  Also, protective wraps have become more popular recently.  Safety is an ongoing area of concern for both pneumatic and hydraulic systems.  We will discuss safety practices and components in this issue.

Our November issue ...

... will feature our regular monthly departments including Korane's Outlook, Association Watch, Distributor Update, Energy Efficiency. Design Notes, Fundamentals, Training, Product World, and more.  Join us with your advertising message  Please contact me for more information about advertising.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Planning for a Great 2018

We have some great plans for 2018 at Fluid Power World magazine and digital media network.  Of course, our print magazine has some very interesting and informative content planned for the year and I can send you our 2018 Editorial Calendar with some details.

We start the year with our Leadership in Engineering issue combined with Design World.  Every advertiser gets a profile full page in this issue.  In May, we will publish our annual Fluid Power Handbook which is a keeper because of the tutorial information on a wide variety of fluid power components and related products.

Our lineup for 2018 includes six other issues with a focus on many markets served by fluid power technology.  Every issue also features editorial departments such as Association Watch, Maintenance, Energy Efficiency, Safety, and more.

Turning to the digital side of our business, we offer six websites and e-newsletters including Fluid Power World, Design World, Mobile Hydraulic Tips, Pneumatic Tips, Hose Assembly Tips, and Sealing & Contamination Control Tips.  This wide network allows our qualified technical audience of fluid power buyers and specifiers to enter our network from their point of interest.

Sponsored content continues to grow in importance in the media world including Fluid Power World.  It can take many forms including white papers supported by e-mail invitations, e-books, webinars, and other custom formats.  For in-person connections and interaction, we offer our Fluid Power Technology Conference & Expo in May at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.

Please contact me to put together a great custom media campaign using all that we have to offer.  Together, let’s plan for a great 2018!