The NFPA Education and Technology Foundation gratefully acknowledges five companies that have reached its "Legacy Builder" giving level: Bimba Manufacturing Company (Monee, IL), Bosch Rexroth Corporation (Charlotte, NC), Caterpillar Inc. (Joliet, IL), Deltrol Fluid Products (Bellwood, IL) and Parker Hannifin Corp. (Cleveland, OH). “Caterpillar is pleased to become a Legacy Builder contributor,” said Philip McCluskey, System Product Manager at Caterpillar Inc. “Whether it’s teaching young engineers about fluid power or promoting our technology through research, we support the very important work of the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation.”
By reaching the Legacy Builder level—$25,000 in cumulative donations to the Foundation—these companies, following in the footsteps of Sun Hydraulics and Enfield Technologies, can now use the “Legacy Builder” logo on their company letterhead and web sites. They will also be recognized in March at the 2013 NFPA Annual Conference with a special plaque commemorating their achievements.
NFPA encourages everyone in the fluid power industry to reach Legacy Builder status in the Foundation. Such gifts help build a sustainable funding stream for critical fluid power research, education and recruitment programs. They can also provide an ideal mechanism for honoring the contributions of company employees.
To become a Legacy Builder donor, please go to Support the Foundation