Loftus Hired at Hydrex

Thursday, August 12, 2004
Brandon Loftus has been hired to handle Aftermarket Sales for Hägglunds installed equipment base of Hydrex (previously Flender) motors. Hägglunds is one of the world’s leading suppliers of complete hydraulic drive systems, motors and pumps for off-highway, marine, offshore, pulp and paper, recycling, and a broad range of other industry applications. The company acquired the Hydrex hydraulic motor products line from Flender in 2001. Loftus will be responsible for installations throughout the U.S. and Canada, offering complete refurbishing or reconditioning capabilities for existing Hydrex motors, including original replacement parts service and retrofit upgrades. A large population of these motors exist in industrial, marine and offshore applications.
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