To Our Valued Customers
Original and replacement hydraulic pumps and motors for name brand heavy construction and agriculture equipment. Same or next-day shipment for equipment brands such as Caterpillar, John Deer, J.I. Case, Terex-Euclid, Bobcat, Volvo, Grove, Dresser-IHC, Clark-Michigan, Prentice, Champion, Wabco, International, and more.
Brand-name hydraulic pumps, motors, valves and parts for the hydraulic distribution and service industry. We supply original and replacement components worldwide for name brands like Commercial-Intertech, Kawasaki-Staffa, Tyrone, Permco, Eaton-Vickers, Webster, Cross, Danfoss, Char-Lynn, Cessna, Poclain, Hydreco and more.
Complete hydraulic circuit design for virtually any type of heavy mobile or industrial equipment. From work function & propel designs to fully automated machine control, we blend economy and efficiency. Industries we serve include construction, agriculture, tile plow, timber harvesting, marine applications, dredging, sludge pumps, plastic injection, blow molding, mining, and more.
Flint Hydraulics is dedicated to the worldwide distribution of original and replacement hydraulic pumps, hydraulic motors, and hydraulic replacement parts for heavy mobile and industrial equipment. Off-the-shelf availability coupled with the distribution center advantages Memphis, Tennessee has to offer give use the unique ability to provide hydraulic components across the globe, with same or next-day shipment in most cases.
Are you a creative and self-motivated individual looking for a stimulating and progressive environment in which to expand your skills and forward your career? Flint Hydraulics is a worldwide leader since 1981 in the hydraulics industry, and we are committed to building a team of professionals. We offer excellent compensation and benefits packages. If you think you have what it takes to be a part of our commitment to excellence, please click on an image below to submit your resume to us.
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