Brennan Industries Relocates in Ontario, Canada

Press Release
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Brennan Industries, international supplier of hydraulic fittings and adapters, move to a more efficient facility in Mississauga, Canada.

“By moving to a more efficient facility, Brennan will be able to streamline the distribution process and serve its customers in Canada even better,” said David M. Carr, president at Brennan Industries.

The new distribution center is located at 3397 American Drive in Mississauga, Ontario.

Brennan opened its Canadian distribution center in 2009 to provide customers in Canada with time and cost savings since shipments would no longer need time to clear customs or be subject to customhouse brokerage fees.

About Brennan Industries  
Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, Brennan Industries supplies a wide range of industries throughout the world, and offers more than 30,000 standard and special hydraulic fittings and adapters in sizes ranging from 1/8 to 2-1/2 inches. These include a wide choice of fitting and adapter types such as tube, O-ring face seal, instrumentation, metric bite type, push-to-connect, conversion and flareless bite type, as well as valves, clamps and swivels. Most products are available in carbon steel, stainless steel and brass, and meet or exceed J.I.C., S.A.E. and other specifications.

Brennan products are stocked at seven strategically located, full-service distribution centers in: Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Los Angeles, Seattle, Toronto and Shanghai.
 

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