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Rapid Growth Forces HydrauliCircuit Into New Facility

Wed January 26, 2000 - Southeast Edition
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Three years ago, HydrauliCircuit Technology’s David Perry was assembling and selling hydraulic kits for attachments from his garage in Jonesboro, GA. As business grew, so did his need for more space. In 1997, he moved to a 278.8-square-meter (3,000 sq. ft.) facility. In 1998, he moved to a 557.4-square-meter (6,000 sq. ft.) facility. Now, in late 1999, HydrauliCircuit Technology has just moved into its new 1,114.8-square-meter (12,000 sq. ft.) facility, located just off I-75 and Eagles Landing Road in Stockbridge, GA. The company also has expanded its staff increasing the number of employees from one to eight during the past three years.

HydrauliCircuit builds, sells and installs auxiliary hydraulic circuits for attachments such as breakers, shears, thumbs, and cutters. It also does turnkey pricing for dealers. The company builds hydraulic kits that are sold from locations in Georgia, California, Ohio, and Oregon. HydrauliCircuit Technology keeps all the components necessary for building the hydraulic kits and can put them together and ship them within a few days.

The additional space that the new facility provides allows room for backhoe loaders and excavators, to the 45-metric-ton (50 ton) class, to be outfitted with the new hydraulic kits on site. According to Perry, “What differentiates us in the marketplace is the fact that we use components that are designed for severe duty applications.” Additionally, Perry said, “When we sell our kits, they are complete. The only thing else needed is a can of machine-matched spray paint for the new components installed.”

“Being affiliated with a Japanese engineering firm which designs and installs over 1,500 kits a year gives us a competitive edge in design and engineering and gives us valuable information for our applications. A hydraulic kit prospect simply needs to provide us the information on the carrier machine and the attachment to be used and we’ll make sure the hydraulics are compatible and the kits will be complete with everything needed including installation and detailed instructions that are easy to read and easy to understand,” Perry said.

“HydrauliCircuit Technology kits are shipped all over the country; however, Southeast distributors have the opportunity to bring their machines to us to receive complete turnkey service,” Perry said. He added, “We’re here to give personal service and we enjoy the close relationships that we’ve forged with many distributors that utilize our products and services on an ongoing basis.”

For more information, call HydrauliCircuit Technology toll free at 888/603-0080.




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