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自 1926 年以来,固瑞克(Graco)有限公司已成为建筑业、制造业、加工业和维修行业中流体处理优质泵和喷涂设备提供商的领军者。 固瑞克(Graco)总部位于明尼苏达州明尼阿波利斯市,公司与世界各地经销商密切合作,为客户提供创新产品,并为喷浆整理、喷漆循环、润滑剂、密封剂和粘合剂分配、过程应用和承包商电力设备设定质量标准。 这些一流的产品在美国和中国制造,经明尼苏达州、比利时、日本、韩国、中国和澳大利亚的配销中心供应给客户。

在公司发展历史中,固瑞克(Graco)公司重视高度工程化的生产流程、高质量的产品、行业领先的革新技术,并与全球客户和供应商达成稳固的伙伴关系,使公司在众多竞争者中脱颖而出。 

固瑞克(Graco)公司是纽约证券交易所上市公司(股票代码 GGG)。 2012 年固瑞克(Graco)净销售额达 10 亿美元,创历史新高,全球员工达 3,000 余人。

Graco 有限公司曾经是一家默默无闻的家族企业,现已成为流体处理设备和系统的全球领先生产商之一。 它开发的技术和设备用于各种流体处理应用。

例如,使用 Graco 设备将番茄酱挤入成千上万的冰冻披萨上,将润滑油和润滑液泵送至成千上万的汽车内,将涂料涂抹到房屋、商业和工业生产设备,以及为全世界的汽车涂上高光面漆。 通过不断成功探索各项应用,近年来 Graco 的业绩非常显赫。 如今,Graco 已是明尼苏达州一家真正展现其市场领导者风采的企业。

Russell Gray,Graco 创始人
所有这些似乎是一个漫长的旅行,这要从 1926 年冬天的明尼阿波利斯说起,Russell Gray 当时在一家停车场做服务员,他发现没有什么比使用手控黄油枪为汽车加润滑油更好的办法了。 那天的气温降得非常低,润滑脂根本无法流动。

为了满足这一需求,他发明了一种以气压为动力的黄油枪。 加油站老板的赞赏和日益增长的汽车市场使 Russell 和他的兄弟 Leil 决定共同开拓 Russell 新型黄油枪市场。 他们最终创办了格雷有限公司,在开业后的第一年公司的销售额就达到了 35,000 美元。

在接下来的二十年中,Russell 和 Leil 带领公司不断发展,着重于汽车润滑油泵。 Russell 被称为公司的发明主力;Leil 是公司的第一位董事长,他为公司业务出谋划策。
随着第二次世界大战的开始,格雷公司的销售额达到了一百万美元。 公司及时响应美国快速发展国防建设的全新市场需求和机遇,推出了各种新型润滑产品。 二战结束后,公司管理层认识到可将流体处理专业技术应用到多项领域,而非仅限于汽车维修行业。

Old Graco
1948 年,公司发现了另一个立足点,推出了首款涂料泵,一年后引进了重型工业流体处理设备的 direct-from-drum 泵。 在 20 世纪 50 年代中期,格雷公司继续保持在汽车维修行业的领先优势,同时还在成百上千的不同应用领域发展自身,例如喷漆和喷饰、食品加工、清洁等领域。 虽然仍是一个小企业,但其销售额增长到 5 百万美元,员工数量达到 400 人。

随着 1957 年无气喷涂枪的开发,格雷公司成为喷涂和喷漆行业的领导者,1958 年Leil Gray 去世时今天的 Graco 开始初具雏形。 Gray 的继承人 Harry A. Murphy 为公司服务了四年,在其退休后 David A. Koch 继任成为公司领导。 Koch 开始加强公司对其拥趸(他认为包括公司所扎根的社区以及客户和员工)的承诺,积极扩大公司规模。 格雷公司于 1969 年上市,并更名为 Graco,销售额达到 3300 万美元。两年后,Graco 销售额达到 5000 万美元,相较于其首款黄油枪推出 50 年后的销售总额略低。

&值得一提的是,Graco 此时收购了 H.G. Fischer 公司,这是一家静电喷涂设备制造商。富有戏剧性的是,这使其在汽车涂装行业大大提升了自己的地位,随后用环保清洁器和效率更高的静电喷涂设备替代了有一定危险且较为浪费的空气雾化喷涂设备。 公司仍持续增长。 十年后,Graco 通过巩固其在现有市场的地位,不断拓展新的市场领域,其销售额超过 1 亿美元。 此时公司也做出了重要决定,包括在涂饰技术中的重要战略投资——这将为更大增长提供平台。

随着 21 世纪的到来,Graco 公司也确定了其基本使命,"即通过盈利增长更好地为客户服务。" Graco 不仅已成为完整流体处理系统和配件包的领先者,而且将流体处理系统和配件包运用于商业和工业环境的流体移动、控制、传送、分配及喷涂中,因此这两大目标均会实现。


Since 1926, Graco Inc. has been a leading provider of premium pumps and spray equipment for fluid handling in the construction, manufacturing, processing and maintenance industries. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Graco works closely with distributors around the world to offer innovative products that set the quality standard for spray finishing, paint circulation, lubrication, sealant and adhesives dispensing, process application, and contractor power equipment. These best-in-class products are manufactured in the U.S. and China and supplied through our distribution centers in Minnesota, Belgium, Japan, Korea, China and Australia.
What sets us apart from our competitors is our history, a focus on highly-engineered, quality products, industry-leading innovation and the solid partnerships we form with customers and suppliers around the world. 

Graco is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (ticker: GGG). With 2012 net sales surpassing the $1 billion mark for the first time in company history, Graco employs over 3,000 people worldwide.

Once a quiet family-owned business, Graco Inc. has become one of the world's premier manufacturers of fluid-handling equipment and systems. It has pioneered technology and equipment for a wide variety of fluid handling applications.

Consider, for instance, that Graco equipment squeezes tomato paste onto millions of frozen pizzas, pumps oil and lubricating fluids into millions of cars, applies paint to homes, business and industrial installations, and that it helps give cars made around the world their high-gloss finishes. By successfully exploring a growing number of applications, Graco's performance in recent years has been remarkable. Today, Graco is one Minnesota company that clearly proves what being a market leader means.

Russell Gray, Graco Founder
All of this seems a long journey from a cold winter's day in Minneapolis in 1926, when Russell Gray, then a parking lot attendant, figured there had to be a better way to lubricate cars than by using hand-operated grease guns. The temperature that day had dropped so low, the grease was impossible to move.

To meet that need he developed a grease gun powered by air pressure. Favorable reaction from service station owners and a growing automobile market led Russell and his brother, Leil, to form a business to market Russell's new grease gun. The result was Gray Company, Inc., which generated sales of $35,000 during its first year of operation.

During the next two decades Russell and Leil guided the company through sustained growth, primarily with lubrication pumps for automobiles. Russell was said to be the inventive force behind the firm; Leil, as the company's first president, provided the business acumen.

By the start of World War II Gray Company was doing one million dollars in sales. The firm responded to the new demands and opportunities presented by America's rapid defense buildup with a variety of new lubricating products. When the war ended, management realized it could apply its fluid-handling expertise to many areas other than just automobile servicing.
 

Old Graco
By 1948 the company found another foothold with its first paint pump, and a year later introduced a direct-from-drum pump for heavy-duty industrial fluid handling. By the mid-1950's the Gray Company continued to be a leader in automobile servicing, and also established itself in paint spraying and finishing, food handling, cleaning, and literally hundreds of different applications areas. While still a small enterprise, sales rose to $5 million and the work force grew to 400.

With the development of the airless spray gun in 1957, which made Gray Company a market leader in spray coating and painting, and the death of Leil Gray in 1958, the Graco of today began to take shape. Harry A. Murphy, Gray's successor, served for four years and on his retirement David A. Koch assumed leadership of the company. Koch set out to strengthen the firm's commitment to its constituencies, which he believed included the community in which it was based, as well as customers and employees, by aggressively expanding the corporation. When Gray Company went public in 1969 and changed its name to Graco, sales stood at $33 million.

Graco reached the $50-million mark two years later, a little less than 50 years after the sale of its first grease guns. Significantly, Graco had by then acquired H.G. Fischer & Co., an electrostatic painting equipment manufacturer, and dramatically boosted its position in the automotive finishing industry, which was even then replacing hazardous and wasteful air-atomized painting with environmentally cleaner and more efficient electrostatic painting. Growth continued as well. By the decade's end Graco, through solidifying its position in existing markets and entering new ones, would pass $100 million in sales. Important decisions had also been made--including the decision to make significant strategic investments in finishing technology--that would set the stage for even greater growth.

As Graco moves into the 21st century, the company defines its basic mission as "service to people through profitable growth." Both objectives are being met as Graco has become a world leader in complete fluid handling systems and packages that move, control, deliver, dispense, and apply fluids in commercial and industrial settings.

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