Hydromat Celebrates 40 Years at its Biennial Oktoberfest

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Hydromat celebrates four decades of business at its headquarters with an open house and German-themed food and entertainment.


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For four decades, Hydromat Inc. has offered the precision transfer machine market a range of machining solutions. From humble beginnings in a rented office and shop space of 2,750 sq. ft., the company has grown and evolved to almost 200 associates and 200,000 sq. ft. under roof.

Hydromat will hold its biennial Oktoberfest celebration at its St. Louis, Missouri, campus on Oct. 14-18. The open house will feature the latest technological advancements in rotary transfer technology and mill/turn productivity centers on the main assembly floor. The event will be attended by both end-users and agents, with many shops bringing teams to get a first-hand look at the latest advancements.

German lunch will be served at the event, and in the evening, the Bavarian-style beer hall will feature an upgraded menu and the Deutchmeiter Brass Band. Wednesday evening, Oct. 16, will feature a guest appearance by the Orange County Choppers crew, including Paul Teutul Sr. and designer Jason Pohl, the creator of Hydromat’s 40th anniversary themed custom chopper, which will be on display.

Register for the event here.




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