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Solving Complex Problems through Inspiration

Complex problems are not solved with routine solutions; they require Inspiration. HUSCO’s global engineering and application experts are ready to optimize your machine by simultaneously improving fuel efficiency, lowering cost, and increasing controllability with refined simplicity and smarter solutions. HUSCO Hitch with EZ-Select: Market: “We need a low-cost, high-performance hitch control solution for agricultural tractors in emerging markets.” HUSCO: […]

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Breakthrough Engineering by Collaboration

Breakthrough success occurs most frequently in an environment of close Collaboration. We are at our best when fully integrated with our customer’s design team, allowing us to work faster and smarter for the benefit of both organizations. By working in close partnership with a leading global equipment manufacturer, HUSCO delivered dramatic improvements in system cost and complexity. Together, we accomplished: […]

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World Class Innovation at ConExpo

HUSCO International is committed to drive your business growth through world-class innovation. Each year we partner with our customers and people just like you to deliver exceptional performance, control and safety for mobile and off-highway equipment. The innovation that you deserve and we create comes through our unique, world-class approach for hydraulic control systems: Collaboration. Breakthrough success […]

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Energy Focus is on Mobile Hydraulics

With annual energy usage estimated at 1 percent of all energy consumed in the U.S., off-highway construction equipment consumes more energy each year than all the dehumidifiers, refrigerators, microwaves and TVs combined. From skid steers to backhoes, the potential for energy savings is putting a new focus on innovative hydraulic solutions. “In the past, hydraulic system optimization focused on controllability, […]

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Ford Set to Pass Minority, Female Supplier Goal

DETROIT Ford Motor Co. expects to exceed its annual goal to spend 10 percent of its U.S. purchasing budget on suppliers owned by women and minorities. Ford said it maintained its 10 percent goal in 2009 by purchasing $2.7 billion worth of goods from Tier 1 companies owned by minorities and women. But that was a significant decline from […]

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Fluid Power: NFPA Works to Quantify Energy Usage

A quad is a term used by the Department of Energy (DOE) to quantify energy. It refers to a quadrillion BTUs. The United States consumes 100 quads every year, and each quad costs industry and consumers $20 billion. The DOE has quantified where this energy comes from and where it goes in a general sense, but no one knows […]

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Bullish on America

Date: Tuesday, April 01, 2008 Gus Ramirez announcement of opening new manufacuring facility in Maquoketa, Iowa. I believe that America is the best place to manufacture engineered products, especially for use by North American and South American customers. Over the years, HUSCO has established three international facilities, and the result of each facility has been to increase our exports […]

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HUSCO Announces Major Expansions

HUSCO has announced the building of a third major manufacturing facility in North America. The location of this facility has yet to be finalized, but will likely be in Wisconsin, Iowa, Georgia, North Carolina or Kansas which are logistically acceptable for HUSCOs customers and suppliers.

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HUSCO to Invest $30 Million at Two Plants, Add 165 jobs

Husco International Inc., a Waukesha maker of industrial hydraulic controls, will invest about $30 million to expand manufacturing capabilities at its Waukesha and Whitewater factories, creating 165 jobs, the state said Thursday. The Waukesha plant will receive $400,000 in tax credits from the Economic Development Tax Credit Program from the Department of Commerce. The $8 million project is expected to […]

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Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel: Iowa’s Gain may Mean Losses at Waukesha Factory

Date: March 22, 2008 HUSCO Internationals decision to expand in Iowa is not only an economic development loss for Wisconsin but probably will mean job cuts at the firms Waukesha factory, the firms chairman and chief executive said Friday. Augustin A. Ramirez said Iowa offered financial incentives worth more than four times those extended by Wisconsin in its efforts […]

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