Oilgear Reviews

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    OilGear is looking promising

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    I have been working at Oilgear full-time


    New Management is young, focused, and looking to take on the competition with innovation and take a real lead in the industry. Company Incentive plan, good salaries for engineering folks and a new breath of fresh air coming into the management ranks.


    Has had it's challenges as the new younger Executive staff is coming in. Older more seasoned folks who are gun shy of stepping out and taking technical risks.

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    Great momentum, and great visions. Keep it up.

    Positive Outlook
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Website www.oilgear.com
Headquarters Milwaukee, WI
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

A global, fluid powerhouse, The Oilgear Company (Oilgear) makes hydraulic pumps and other fluid power components (motors, valves, and fluid meters), electronic controls, and systems. Through its Engineered Solutions division the company integrates hydraulic components and electronic controls to ensure they are matched to the appropriate process. Oilgear products are used in the metals, machine tool, automobile, petroleum, aerospace, chemical, plastics, lumber, rubber, and defense industries. It also The company has manufacturing and service facilities in about 15 countries... More

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