Our name has changed, but who we are as a company never will. From day one, we’ve been dedicated to putting in the work that creates strong products, partnerships, and results. As we re-introduce ourselves, we’d also like to take the time to recommit ourselves to delivering the equipment, services and support that has driven our company since 1859.
Then Gardner & Robertson greatly expands operations to a new hardware store to diversify operations.
Gardner Governor moves into its newly constructed three-building complex to house its ever-growing workforce.
The post-war oil boom leads to the development of new tools like the Twindrill – implemented in laying oil and gas pipelines in Saudi Arabia and across the Western Hemisphere.
Gardner Denver is acquired by Cooper Industries. In its first full year of operations as a merged company, it recorded more than $1 billion in sales.
Gardner Denver once again becomes an independent company after being spun off of Cooper Industries following the economic downturn of the 80s.
Gardner Denver begins to expand through acquisitions, at home and overseas.
Gardner Denver merges with Ingersoll Rand's Industrial Segment.
American Industrial Partners completes purchase of majority interest in Gardner Denver High Pressure Solutions, now GD Energy Products.