SOURCE: Amazon Hose & Rubber Company

Amazon Hose & Rubber Company

June 10, 2014 11:11 ET

Amazon Hose & Rubber Company Unveils New Facility With Expanded Customer Services

ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwired - June 10, 2014) - Today, after 95 years of growth and service to the Orlando area, Amazon Hose & Rubber Company has moved into an all-new 50,000 square-foot facility designed to provide industry-best services to an expanding customer base. In business since 1919, the company has grown steadily since opening their Orlando Branch in 1981. They built the new facility to accommodate the evolving needs of their customers in this area. Amazon Hose also has branches in Tampa and Miami.

"The industry has changed a lot," said Summer Rodman CEO/Owner. "Our customers have more complex needs, and the new facility gives them all the products and services they're looking for, all under one roof." 

Both corporate clients and walk-in customers will have access to a new retail shop offering an impressive inventory of hoses and fittings for hydraulic and industrial applications. Repairs will be just as quick and easy with a state-of-the-art hose repair area featuring 10-inch hose crimping equipment and greater welding capacity.

In addition, Amazon has built an Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) Center and Test Facility to evaluate new products. There will also be an in-house Training Center where customers can attend workshops and seminars to learn about the latest advancements in innovative hose technology.

The expanded Orlando facility is now open at its new location: Amazon Hose Orlando, 4105 Seaboard Road, Orlando, Florida 32808.

About Amazon Hose & Rubber Company

Amazon Hose & Rubber Company began as a small family business back in 1919, when all hoses were still made of pure rubber. The company expanded into its Miami and Tampa locations in the forties and fifties, as synthetic rubbers and plastics were just starting to penetrate the market. By the time Amazon opened their Orlando location in 1981, the hydraulic revolution was well under way. Amazon is still owned by the same family that opened its doors over ninety-five years ago, and is proud to have grown and evolved as the market it serves. Learn more at

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