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 10, 2012

Fluid power distributor helps take on autism

I mentioned last week in a blog that I always like to promote businesses that do good in their communities on top of doing business. So when the....More
Apr 04, 2012

Automation engineering scholarships available

ASCO Numatics is offering two $5000 automation engineering scholarships to qualified undergraduate or graduate students....More
Mar 21, 2012

A good week for Eaton

The past week has been a good one for Eaton Corp., as the hydraulics company was recognized twice in the last five days—once for being ethical, and....More
Mar 01, 2012

MSOE offers hydraulic specialist certification review

Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) is holding a review session for IFPS Hydraulic Specialist Certification, granted by the International Fluid....More
Feb 29, 2012

Hydraulics highlighted at Work Truck Show

Next Tuesday marks the beginning of NTEA-The Work Truck Show in Indianapolis. Hydraulic companies are key exhibitors in this show, as fluid power....More
Feb 23, 2012

Pneu-Logic meets California energy regulations

Pneu-Logic Corp.'s PL4000 compressed air monitoring and control system complies with the California Energy Commission’s proposed new rule on....More
Feb 17, 2012

NFPA busy with education support and news

We just received our copy of the NFPA Reporter, the monthly newsletter the organization sends out with its latest news and updates. This edition....More
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