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5 Parker’s Foundation 1918 Arthur Parker founds the Parker Appliance Company. “Our success is founded on fair dealing, hard work, coordination of effort and quality of products.”
6 1924 After his inventory was lost when his truck went over a cliff, Parker begins anew, fueled by the auto industry boom of the 1920s. Parker’s Foundation
7 Parker’s History 1926-27 Arthur Parker develops a leak-free fuel system to sustain Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis for the first trans-Atlantic flight.
8 1930-40 Parker endures the Great Depression and establishes new headquarters with the purchase of the bankrupt Hupp Motor Car facility. Parker’s enterprise employs 38 people. Parker’s History
9 1940-45 Parker answers the call to aid U.S. national defense as a contract supplier of hydraulics, connectors and metering devices for aircraft in WWII. The company is 5,000 employees strong. Parker’s History
10 1945-50 After Arthur’s death, advisors recommend liquidation to Mrs. Helen Parker. She refuses, as son Patrick is poised to advance in the company upon graduating Harvard Business School. Parker’s History
11 1950-70 The company grows, merges with Hannifin. 1959 sales: $43 million. International operations formed in 1960. 1969 sales: $197 million. Parker’s History
12 Parker’s History 1960-70 Parker is essential to Apollo’s historic moon landings. Following the landing of Apollo 17, Astronaut Harrison Schmidt commands, “Ok Parker valves,” to signal their cycle.
13 1970 During the Apollo 13 crisis, Parker engineers test and develop oxygen flow solutions for the astronauts’ safe return. Parker’s History
14 1970-90 Parker expands to offer a variety of motion and control products, with a series of industrial and aerospace acquisitions. The commercial aerospace industry booms. 1980 sales reach $1 billion. Parker’s History
15 Parker Today 1990-Present Parker grows to become more than 57,000 employees strong, with approximately 300 manufacturing sites around the globe and a modern world headquarters in Ohio.
16 Parker Today Parker’s nine technologies support 1,200 markets worldwide.
28 Key Markets Factory automation Aerospace Life science & medical Semiconductor & electronics Machine tools Packaging machinery Wire & cable Plastics machinery & converting Paper machinery Primary metals Textile Key Products AC/DC drives & systems Electric actuators, gantry robots & slides Linear motors Stepper motors, servo motors, drives & controls Human machine interface Structural extrusions Electromechanical actuation systems Electrohydrostatic actuation systems
29 Key Markets Marine Transportation Industrial machinery Process Mobile equipment Oil & gas Power generation Food & beverage Life sciences Key Products Hydraulic, lubrication & coolant filters Process, chemical, water & microfiltration filters Compressed air & gas filters Condition monitoring Analytical gas generators Nitrogen, hydrogen & zero air generators Engine air, fuel & oil filtration & systems
30 Key Markets Oil & gas Bulk chemical handling Food & beverage Aerospace Welding Fuel & gas delivery Agriculture Transportation Construction machinery Industrial machinery Mobile Key Products Rubber & thermoplastic hose & couplings Industrial hose Tube fittings & adaptors PTFE & PFA hose, tubing & plastic fittings Brass fittings & valves Quick disconnects Diagnostic equipment Fluid conveyance systems
31 Key Markets Construction machinery Agriculture Aerospace Industrial machinery Oil & gas Truck hydraulics Power generation & energy Aerial lift Forestry Mining Key Products Hydraulic cylinders & accumulators Hydraulic valves & controls Hydraulic motors & pumps Power take-offs Hydraulic systems Rubber & thermoplastic hose & couplings Tube fittings & adapters Quick disconnects Diagnostic equipment
33 Key Markets Chemical/refining Power generation Oil & gas Microelectronics Food, beverage & dairy Medical & dental Key Products Medium pressure fittings & valves Instrumentation fittings, valves & regulators Process control manifolds High purity gas delivery fittings, valves & regulators Fluoropolymer chemical delivery fittings, valves & pumps Analytical sample conditioning products & systems
34 Key Markets Transportation Energy, oil & gas Semiconductor Aerospace Fluid power Life sciences Telecommunications Consumer Chemical processing Information technology Military General industrial Key Products Elastomeric o-rings Homogeneous & inserted elastomeric shapes Metal & plastic retained composite seals Extruded & precision- cut/fabricated elastomeric seals Dynamic seals High temperature metal seals EMI shielding Thermal management