WHY ESA?

“My parents got involved in ESA in the late 80s. I didn’t get it, but my Dad made several good friends and had a list of contacts. In the early ‘90s, I started to go to meetings as he retired. Then I got it. These people were cool – they were much like us – into mechanical things and running into the same issues with products, systems, and customers.”

 

Dan Turner
President
Turner Hydraulics, Inc.

“My involvement in ESA goes back to 1981 when I owned a Hydraulic Repair Shop. Over the years ESA has been a great resource for products, information, and networking.  In non-Covid times, traveling to attend the Conventions, Tech Conferences, and shop tours has brought a wealth of information while enjoying traveling to nice venues.

 

Steve Malone
CFPS, CFPAI, CFPAJPP
CFC Industrial Training

 

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MIM Hydraulics and Pneumatics is located in Charleston,SC and currently repairs and sales new components for the hydraulic and pneumatic industries. This includes cylinders, pumps, valves, motors, hose assemblies, hydraulic and pneumatic power units as well as onsite service work to Ships and manufacturing plants.