Cleveland Brothers Acquires Camp Hill, PA’s Echo Hydraulics

Wed November 17, 2004 - Northeast Edition

Cleveland Brothers, headquartered in Harrisburg, PA, has announced the acquisition of the assets of Echo Hydraulics in Camp Hill, PA.

This addition elevates the company’s hydraulic and machining capabilities to a level that establishes Cleveland Brothers as a premier hydraulic and machining vendor in the Northeast.

These hydraulic and machining components will satisfy many industrial and equipment customers’ requirements.

The chroming operation has the capacity to chrome 25 in. (63.5 cm) diameter and up to 36 ft. (11 m) long, and a grinding capability of 10 in. (25 cm) diameters up to 124 in. (315 cm) long.

The pump and motor shop has the capacity to rebuild any brand pump or motor.

The cylinder shop is capable of handling cylinders up to 40 ft. (12 m) long with honing capability to a 24 in. (61 cm) diameter.

The machine shop has the capability of machining very large components. For example, the Summit mill will handle pieces 120 in. (305 cm) diameter, 96 in. (244 cm) high.

Acquiring these assets and personnel is another significant step in providing customers the highest possible level of service quality.

Additionally, it reflects Cleveland Brothers’ commitment to providing the maximum level of professional and convenient solutions to customers’ varied service needs, according to the company.

Cleveland Brothers is central Pennsylvania’s full-service distributor of Caterpillar equipment and engines.

Additionally, Cleveland Brothers is the distributor for JLG personnel lifts, Mauldin paving equipment, Metso Minerals crushing and screening equipment, NPK hammers, Topcon guidance systems, and Trail King trailers.

Fourteen facilities are located throughout Central Pennsylvania.