Being a solutions provider means helping our customers achieve higher levels of success by engineering the best systems for their requirements.
Mobile Hydraulic Systems Division Europe offers a single source for mobile hydraulic valves, manifolds and systems.
Our foundation of excellence is built on an extensive product line and in-depth knowledge of our markets, including construction, aerial work platform, refuse, forestry, material handling, truck, defense, mining and agriculture. During more than 50 years in the market for mobile equipment we have developed our solutions side by side with our customers to fulfill their needs and to be prepared for future needs.
Our engineers and field-sales teams have years of experience analyzing, evaluating and designing mobile and hydraulic solutions. We work with our customers throughout their development phase to capture machine specific requirements. Based on that knowledge we design and adopt our solutions using our comprehensive line of hydraulic valves and other components.
Mobile Hydraulic Systems Division Europe operates from five locations in Europe, see more under part Locations
Mobile Hydraulic Systems Division Europe originates from acquisitions made by Parker and we have a long history within the industry.
The Borås facility was acquired as a part of VOAC Hydraulics in 1996. VOAC was owned by Volvo and Atlas Copco and was formed from Monsun Tison and Volvo Hydraulics. Monsun Tison has its roots in the 1920's and mobile valves has been on the agenda since 1950's.
The Grantham and Warwick facility were both acquired as a part of Commercial Intertech in the year 2000. Commercial Intertech was a company with a long tradition in hydraulics starting in the 1920's. Commercial acquired the Warwick facility from Keelavite Systems in 1981 and Keelavite has been in the market since 1935. The Grantham facility originates from Kontak Manufacturing Company Ltd that was founded 1947. In 1983, the company expanded with the acquisition of Rubery Owen Hydraulics and was then acquired by Commercial Hydraulics 1989.
In 2016, the Mobile Controls Division Europe was combined with the Hydraulic Cartridge Systems Division Europe and formed the Mobile Hydraulic Systems Division Europe, MSDE. The Hydraulic Cartridge Systems Division Europe developed out of Parker Hydraulics acquiring WATERMAN HYDRAULICS (1988), Fluid Power Systems (1998), GRESEN (1999) and Commercial Hydraulics (1999). The Division was named Parker-IHD in 2000. In 2005, Parker acquired STERLING HYDRAULICS, which became the Hydraulic Cartridge Systems Europe Division in July 2006.
September 11, 2020
Mobile Valves and Manifolds
Mobile Hydraulic Systems Division Europe
Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Sweden AB