Armstrong Celebrates 90th Anniversary

Armstrong 90th Anniversary

Armstrong Fluid Technology marked its 90th anniversary this April, celebrating a significant milestone of longevity and innovation in the fluid-flow systems industry. Since its founding in Toronto, Canada, in 1934 by Samuel Allan Armstrong, the company has expanded from the challenges of the Great Depression to become a leader in its field. Today, Armstrong operates eight manufacturing facilities across four continents, showcasing its global reach and commitment to excellence in design, engineering, and manufacturing.

The year 1952 saw the company, under the leadership of James Allan Cary Armstrong, adopt a series of strategic initiatives that reshaped its operations and facilitated international growth. These initiatives have been fundamental to Armstrong's development and success on a global scale.

Charles Armstrong, the current Chairman, underscores the company's dedication to innovation, customer satisfaction, and environmental sustainability. "Innovation and a focus on customer experiences remain at the heart of what we do," he says. Armstrong is also committed to sustainability and social responsibility, working towards reducing the carbon footprint of its operations and those of its customers. "We are proud of our contributions to sustainability and the positive impact our optimization focus has had through our work," he adds.

Over its 90-year history, Armstrong has contributed to numerous iconic buildings and projects worldwide. Despite changes and growth, the company's commitment to its founding values remains strong.

The anniversary was celebrated by Armstrong's offices globally, with events reflecting the diverse cultural traditions of its international teams. These celebrations were a nod to the company's rich history and its future aspirations.

“As Armstrong Fluid Technology looks to the future, it remains dedicated to advancing intelligent fluid-flow technology, maintaining high standards of customer service, and promoting sustainability in its practices,” Charles Armstrong stated.


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