Lewis-Goetz to distribute Flexion hydraulic hoses

By |  May 17, 2016

LewisGoetz_ERIKS-logoLewis-Goetz, an Eriks company, entered into a distribution agreement for the Flexion hydraulic hose brand in North America. According to Lewis Goetz, the partnership allows it to deliver consistent quality, expertise and technical support across a wide range of hydraulic hose products and services from nearly 100 locations in the United States and Canada.

Flexion hoses are designed to handle 50 percent more pressure than required by industry standards, and they provide increased abrasion and ozone resistances that are 10 times better than industry standards, the company reports.

“Our top priority is working with our customers to meet their unique needs, rather than offering a one-size-fits-all solution,” says Jeremy Lloyd, North American product manager for Lewis-Goetz. “The Flexion line allows for product innovation to align with advances in coupling and plating technologies, as well as safe solutions for extreme environmental applications. Our customers’ safety and their needs for innovative solutions are the primary drivers for our continued development and expansion of this important Eriks brand.”

Lewis-Goetz, the largest company owned by Eriks North America, is an industrial distributor that was ranked 19th on Modern Distribution Management magazine’s 2015 list of Top 40 Industrial Distributors. Founded in 1940, Eriks is an international service provider consisting of more than 60 companies that offers a wide range of engineering components and related technical and logistic services. Its product range is divided into five core activities, including flow technology, sealing and rubber technology, industrial plastics, power transmission and bearings, and tools, maintenance and safety products.

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