QUINCY, Fla.-May 4, 2016. Capital Hydraulics, a family-owned hydraulic systems manufacturing and distribution business, is announcing its relocation to 190 Corporate Court in Quincy, Florida at a Project Announcement event hosted by the Gadsden County Development Council (GCDC).
Sites and resources
Capital Hydraulics worked with the GCDC to identify suitable sites in Gadsden County and obtain the necessary approvals all within the tight timeline required by the growing company. Capital Hydraulics specializes in the fluid power business.
Capital Hydraulics focuses on hydraulic cylinders, pumps, motors, fittings, oils and valves and manufactures and sells their hoses and tubing through their e-commerce system containing over 12,000 items. Capital Hydraulics provides services and repairs on all major brands and models and can access other brands and models for purchase, as well.
Owner, David Bell sites ease of transportation
“At Capital Hydraulics, we are committed to providing a first-class product and meeting all our customer’s needs and quality expectations at a superior value.” said, David Bell, Owner of Capital Hydraulics. “We are dedicated to saving our customers money, and we guarantee total satisfaction with every repair job. Our new location in Gadsden County is going to provide easier transportation access for our regional customer base which extends to a 200-mile radius of Quincy.”
Mayor Elias, City Manager Wade note benefits of Gadsden County
Derrick Elias, Mayor of Quincy, said, “We are glad that Capital Hydraulics was able to take advantage of an existing site and building in one of Quincy’s many business parks. The available 5 acres and eleven thousand square feet of manufacturing space will facilitate the planned growth and job creation we expect to see here in Quincy from Capital Hydraulics.”
Mike Wade, City Manager, City of Quincy welcomed Capital Hydraulics saying, “We are glad Capital Hydraulics recognized the cost benefits that Gadsden County and the City of Quincy provide. The ease of access to Interstate 10 and US 90 highlight Quincy’s transportation advantages that benefit companies like Capital Hydraulics.”
GSDC chair, Garner, Commissioner Taylor, BOCC Chair Holt welcome new addition
Lee Garner, Chairman of the GCDC, said, “Capital Hydraulics is a great addition to Quincy and Gadsden County. They are an established business that has been operating since 1966. The addition of top-quality established businesses like Capital Hydraulics will go far in meeting the economic development goals of Gadsden County.” County Commissioner Sherrie Taylor said, “It is with great joy that I welcome Capital Hydraulics to District 5 in Gadsden County. When we facilitate economic development through our policies and actions, it benefits companies like Capital Hydraulics, our citizens, and our community, in many ways.”
Gadsden County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) Chairman, Brenda Holt reiterated, “Recent company location announcements reflect the BOCC commitment to building a better community by offering efficient, sustainable services, and encouraging economic development.”
David Bell, Owner
Cell: (850) 661-5477
Beth Kirkland, CEcD
Gadsden County Development Council, Inc.
Cell: (850) 212-1056