Meet Two New Sponsors at the Fluid Power Technology Conference

We are excited to welcome two new sponsors to our Fluid Power Technology Conference taking place on May 16-17, 2017 at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.

GS Global Resources (GSGR) is dedicated to building a machine performance powerhouse by creating customer competitive advantage through extraordinary expertise, execution and service, resulting in employees engaging in meaningful, satisfying careers.

John Thornton, President of GS Global Resources, will kick off day 2 of the Fluid Power Technology Conference, with a discussion about the past, present and future role of distribution in fluid power.
Thornton will discuss whether the line card is dead, taking a look at how adding value to a client relationship is a matter of perspective and more important than a product line. He will draw on GSGR’s own journey to lasting value, as it has worked to be the top provider in machine performance for life. GSGR not only survived the “Great Recession,” but came out stronger than ever, having doubled in size since. Thornton will discuss how the importance of developing new products and bringing new application solutions to market has been a key driver of this growth, and will offer insight into how others can tap into this potential.

We also welcome HBC-radiomatic to our Fluid Power Technology Conference this year.
70 years ago the radio pioneers Huber and Brendel founded a radio technology laboratory in the post-World War II Crailsheim, Germany. With their pioneering spirit they laid the groundwork for our success story.
With over 60 % of our systems produced for export and a sales and service network in over 40 countries, we can count ourselves as one of the globally leading companies of our industry.
As a medium-sized family business with about 420 employees, we have always stayed true to our home base in Crailsheim and will continue to do so. With investments in 3 entirely new facilities with state-of-the-art production engineering, we have set the course for a successful future in Crailsheim.

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