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New business opens in Winchester

Lonnie and Carolyn Moore are proud to announce the opening of their new business, Winchester Hose and Fittings.

The Moores offer a wide range of high quality hydraulic hoses and fittings for large equipment.

“We sell only American-made Parker Hannifin products and we have complete confidence in the quality of our goods,” said Lonnie Moore.

Their Parker Hannifin hoses and hose fittings provide the ultimate performance for a variety of equipment: backhoes, bobcats, large lawn mowers, farming equipment, school buses, logging equipment, and semi-trucks.

“In any hydraulic system, hoses are responsible for moving fluid from one part of the system to the other, and they must be a versatile, flexible component in terms of use,” added Moore.

The components the Moore’s will sell adhere to the premium standards for high pressure applications.

“We use the best products because we want to exceed our customer’s expectations,” said Moore, “and we remain open to any feedback they may have regarding our products and services.

The Moore’s supplier, Cincinnati Hose & Fittings, enables them to deliver a wide range of products, “If we don’t have it in our shop, we can get within 24 hours from our supplier,” said Moore, “It is important to us to form working relationships with our customers based on the speed and reliability of our service.”

The Moore’s look forward to serving the hydraulic supply needs of their customers. They are located at 19532 SR 136 in Winchester (just past the railroad tracks). The business is open Monday- Friday from 8-4 p.m. Please feel free to contact them at (937)695-5800 or at whfcarolyn@gmail.com.

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Offering hydraulic hoses and fittings

By Patricia Beech

pbeech@civitasmedia.com

Reach Patricia Beech at 937-544-2391 or at pbeech@civitasmedia.com

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