Franklin was formed to offer pneumatic and hydraulic components but, over the past thirty years the company has evolved into a distributor of fluid power components and systems as well as electronic machine, automation, motion controls and robotics. Three members of the Franklin family (Robert, Cornell and Richard) decided to take a bold step and liquidated as many of their assets as possible in an all or nothing gamble to form a company to serve the fluid power industry.
Device/Component DistributorPneumatic automation equipment, hydraulic components, fluid power components, Robots
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