Machine automation, fluid power and machine safety products distributor Airline Hydraulics Corporation announced Nov. 1 the opening of a new hydraulic and lubrication facility in York, Pennsylvania. The 50,000-square-foot building increases Airline’s supply of custom lubrication systems, power units, hose assembly and maintenance offerings for customers in the Northeast, according to a news release.
In 2020, Airline acquired fellow Pennsylvania-based company Trola-Dyne, expanding Airline’s offerings to local oil and gas, refining, petrochemical, mining and power generation industries. The new facility is a result of that acquisition, combining Airline’s hydraulic expertise with Trola-Dyne’s lubrication systems to create a “total fluid-systems supercenter,” according to the release.
“The new location doubles our fluid systems production capacity,” Airline CEO Mark Steffens said. “We are so happy to be investing in such an industrial and mobile-rich marketplace.”