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News Archive - 2018

    • GS Global Resources simplifies the complex
    • We Don’t Make Machines, What We Do Is Make OEM’s Machines Work Better.

      If OEMs find a comprehensive resource—where the complex simplifies, where peace of mind and mutual respect grow relationships, where competitive advantage and machine performance improve every time—there’s only one place to get it. That’s at GS Global Resources: Foremost in machine performance for life! Mobile and industrial machine OEMs profit from GS Global Resources (GSGR) leading […]

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    • Thanksgiving 2018
    • Thanksgiving Holiday Hours 2018

      GS Global Resources will be closed November 22nd & November 23rd. Thanksgiving Day is one of the best times of the year we use to remind ourselves of the many reasons to be grateful. A day to enjoy and relax, Thanksgiving is also a great day to catch up with family and friends. At this time […]

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    • Made in Wisconsin
    • Think-Make-Happen In Wisconsin

      Industries Rooted In Innovation In Wisconsin, you’re free to THINK bigger, encouraged to MAKE your mark, and poised for great things to HAPPEN. Showcasing what makes Wisconsin a premier destination for business, career and personal fulfillment, join us in sharing what it means to Think-Make-Happen In Wisconsin. Wisconsin is leading the way to a better […]

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    • More NOx regulations Diesel Progress Nov. 2018
    • Surprise! More NOx Regulations Coming From EPA

      The EPA Announces Intention To Publish A Proposed Diesel NOx Emissions Reduction Regulation. November 14, 2018, Retrieved from Diesel Progress In a regulatory environment where a pause, if not rollbacks, seem to be the order of the day, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) surprised many with its announcement that it is going after another level […]

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    • Parker Hannifin Announces Parker/Denison Premier Pump Remains Legacy Status

      The Parker Premier Series is classified as a legacy product, which is defined as: The product is at the end of its life cycle No new product/options development or special part numbers designed/set-up Expect volumes to decline and price adjustments made accordingly What changes can be expected… Lead time will be extending over time. Rationalization […]

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