Mary C. Gannon

Senior Associate Editor, Penton Media

Mary joined Hydraulics & Pneumatics in 2005. She graduated from Boston University’s College of Communication in 1998 with a BA in Journalism. She began her career as a business reporter at a daily newspaper in Greater Cleveland. Prior to joining the H&P staff, she worked in public relations.

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Apr 22, 2013

A cell phone made just for mobile equipment folks

This release came across my Twitter feed during bauma last week and I just thought it was too cool not to share. Caterpillar Inc. now offers its....More
Apr 12, 2013

Water hydraulics in your back yard?

I received an email this morning from a company looking for hydraulic component suppliers for their innovative backyard swimming pool design. And....More
Mar 14, 2013

Hydraulics give sheep a lift

Being first-generation Irish American, and having grown up visiting Ireland often, I tend to have a soft spot for any news stories that come from....More
Feb 26, 2013

Professional education at MSOE

I just received an update from the Milwaukee School of Engineeging about its 2013-2014 Professional Education courses. It seems that even though it....More
Feb 21, 2013

German machine tool production headed back to record levels

  Good news came out of Germany yesterday, with the VDW (German Machine Tool Builders Association) saying that it expects a modest increase....More
Jan 24, 2013

More on fluid power safety training

I'm on a roll this week highlighting the importance of proper training and safety precautions when it comes to troubleshooting and maintaining....More
Jan 22, 2013

A great fluid power safety advocate

Several years ago, at one of our Fluid Power Conference & Expos here in Cleveland, I had the pleasure of meeting Rory McLaren, of the Fluid....More
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