Brennan Industries Celebrates 60 Years

Press Release
Friday, January 18, 2013

Brennan Industries Inc., a leading international manufacturer of hydraulic fittings and adapters, marks its 60th anniversary this winter.

 

The company celebrates 60 years of superior customer support backed by an extensive inventory of high-quality hydraulic, pneumatic and instrumentation critical flow components; as well as looks forward to continuing to meet customer needs and expectations through further innovations.

 

“While we pause to honor the past and the friends we’ve made over the years, we are also looking ahead and embracing new technologies,” said David M. Carr, president of Brennan Industries. “Brennan is committed to serving our customers through innovations, product development and continuous quality in our service and all of our products.”

 

Founded by Michael Brennan in 1953, Brennan Industries started in the hydraulics industry as it was blossoming during World War II. Today, Brennan serves both the OEM and replacement parts markets with extensive product lines. Brennan is a third-generation, family-owned company, headquartered in Solon, Ohio, but has distribution centers throughout the United States as well as in Canada and China.  “I want to thank all of our customers for their support during Brennan’s first 60 years,” said Carr. “And pledge to provide them with consistent, world-class customer care and quality products that they can depend on in the years to come.”
 

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