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About Us

Western Integrated Technologies (WIT) is a industry leading fluid power distributor and manufacturer, serving hundreds of customers worldwide. WIT is one of the largest Parker Distributors in North America, providing customers with hydraulic and pneumatic solutions.


Western Integrated Technologies (WIT) is an industry leading fluid power distributor and manufacturer, serving hundreds of customers worldwide. WIT is one of the largest Parker Distributors in North America, providing customers with hydraulic and pneumatic solutions.

WIT is a solution-focused team with our customers’ best interests in mind. We develop solutions for customers nationally and internationally and use our vast inventory to supply proven tools to turn those solutions into results.

We are dedicated to creating an experienced and collaborative organization by developing a team with diverse backgrounds and professional experience. Through training, recognition, and rewards, WIT is committed to helping all employees reach their full potential.

WIT creates opportunities for leading edge companies to fulfill their visions while inspiring the next generation of manufacturing professionals.

 

Together, we make the world move faster, stronger, and smarter.

WIT History & Timeline

Since 1969 WIT has been a leader in the fluid motion and control industry nationwide. We have continued to expand to better fit our customer’s needs and reach new markets.

2017
  • The WIT Pasco, Washington Branch moves to Spokane, Washington.
  • WIT opens a new branch in Kapolei, Hawaii.
2016
  • WIT acquires Hydra-Air Pacific, adding branch locations to WIT in Hawaii and Guam.
2014
  • WIT Western Washington branches combine in a remodeled, 60,000 square foot facility.
2012
  • WIT purchases DRT Fluid Power of Tukwila, Washington.
2011
  • WIT opens its second and third Parker Truck Hydraulics Center in Pasco, Washington and Boise, Idaho.
  • WIT moves to a new 7,500 square foot facility in Boise, Idaho.
  • WIT purchases Motion-Tronix of Riverside California adding additional expertise in design and service of variable frequency drives and motion control systems.

2010
  • WIT acquires Hydraulic and Mechanical Systems Inc.
2009
  • WIT opens first Parker Truck Depot retail stores, now referred to as Parker Truck Hydraulics Centers.
  • WIT moves to new 18,000 square foot facility in Sacramento, California.
2008
  • WIT purchases TEAM Hydraulics in Portland, Oregon and offers field service & systems installation there.
2007
  • WIT moves to new 45,000 sq ft. state of the art facility in Portland, Oregon.
2006
  • WIT purchases WHECO Fluid Power & opens first WIT Store in Pasco, Washington.
  • Western Integrated Technologies purchases Colorado Fluid Power.

2004
  • Hydraulic Components Company, Forsburg & McLaughlin LLC., and Western Fluid Power become Western Integrated Technologies.
2000
  • Steve Schwasnick acquires shares from Dick Schwasnick, becomes Vice President of Operations for corporation.
  • HCCI purchases Western Fluid Power offices in Portland Oregon, Boise Idaho, and Salt Lake City Utah.

1999
  • HCCI purchases some assets of Jack Ogle Company.
1995
  • HCCI purchases Forsburg & McLaughlin of California.
1986
  • HCCI purchased by Dick Schwasnick and Bill Hill.
1969
  • Hydraulic Components Company started by Walt Stout.

2011 - Present

2017
  • The WIT Pasco, Washington Branch moves to Spokane, Washington.
  • WIT opens a new branch in Kapolei, Hawaii.
2016
  • WIT acquires Hydra-Air Pacific, adding branch locations to WIT in Hawaii and Guam.
2014
  • WIT Western Washington branches combine in a remodeled, 60,000 square foot facility.
2012
  • WIT purchases DRT Fluid Power of Tukwila, Washington.
2011
  • WIT opens its second and third Parker Truck Hydraulics Center in Pasco, Washington and Boise, Idaho.
  • WIT moves to a new 7,500 square foot facility in Boise, Idaho.
  • WIT purchases Motion-Tronix of Riverside California adding additional expertise in design and service of variable frequency drives and motion control systems.

2006 - 2010

2010
  • WIT acquires Hydraulic and Mechanical Systems Inc.
2009
  • WIT opens first Parker Truck Depot retail stores, now referred to as Parker Truck Hydraulics Centers.
  • WIT moves to new 18,000 square foot facility in Sacramento, California.
2008
  • WIT purchases TEAM Hydraulics in Portland, Oregon and offers field service & systems installation there.
2007
  • WIT moves to new 45,000 sq ft. state of the art facility in Portland, Oregon.
2006
  • WIT purchases WHECO Fluid Power & opens first WIT Store in Pasco, Washington.
  • Western Integrated Technologies purchases Colorado Fluid Power.

2000 - 2005

2004
  • Hydraulic Components Company, Forsburg & McLaughlin LLC., and Western Fluid Power become Western Integrated Technologies.
2000
  • Steve Schwasnick acquires shares from Dick Schwasnick, becomes Vice President of Operations for corporation.
  • HCCI purchases Western Fluid Power offices in Portland Oregon, Boise Idaho, and Salt Lake City Utah.

1969 - 1999

1999
  • HCCI purchases some assets of Jack Ogle Company.
1995
  • HCCI purchases Forsburg & McLaughlin of California.
1986
  • HCCI purchased by Dick Schwasnick and Bill Hill.
1969
  • Hydraulic Components Company started by Walt Stout.

Awards & Certifications

Western Integrated Technologies has been awarded over our decades of business. We pride ourselves in our participation on many boards, groups, and as a distributor.

Market Expertise

Western Integrated Technologies specializes in Industrial and Mobile technology. WIT manufactures custom designed power units and systems for use in a wide variety of industries and applications including Power Generation Control Systems, Aircraft Manufacturing, Ground Support Equipment, Wood and Food Processing Systems, Marine Winch, and Deck Machinery Systems, as well as off-road vehicle systems such as Agricultural Harvesters and Construction Machinery.

Diverse Experience and Knowledge

Our greatest strength is our employees. WIT believes in creating opportunity for continuous growth and development of all team members.

Check Out Our Opportunities

Micah W.

Micah is our Operations Manager in Boise, Idaho. he started in automotive parts and moved to the hydraulic hose and fitting industry over 19 years ago. He enjoys hydraulic and pneumatics. Micah enjoys hunting, golfing, and camping.

April S.

April is a engineering intern in our Portland office. She received her Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from WSU. She is the first person in her family to graduate from college. April is passionate about control systems and theory, robotics and learning new programming language.

Dan P.

Dan is a vital part of our Kent Build Center team. He builds custom motors, pumps, valves, and much more. Dan was an automotive technician before joining the WIT team. In college, he studied history. He is a father of three and a grandfather of two.

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