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Austin Ramirez named as member of the 2018 Henry Crown Fellows at the Aspen Institute

The Aspen Institute today announced its 2018 Class of Henry Crown Fellows, we are delighted to announce that Husco CEO Austin Ramirez has been nominated and accepted into the 2018 cohort. Over the 2-year duration of the course the fellows will take part in four seminars. Austin, like the other participants will maintain all their […]

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How to Leverage Smart Manifold Design for Ultimate Machine Performance

The hydraulic controls in off-highway vehicles and access equipment provide operators with easier operation and more precise control than ever before. If an operator can lift a boom faster or position a bucket more accurately, productivity goes up and costs go down – something every machine operator wants to see. Designing the perfect manifold — […]

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What Makes America Exceptional? Austin Ramirez Shares His View with Christian Business Leaders.

Austin Ramirez, president and CEO of HUSCO International, had the honor to serve as keynote speaker at the Christian Business Leaders Summit, held at the Wisconsin Lutheran College on October 17, 2017. The one-day annual event attracts leaders from the Milwaukee area and is sponsored by the Center for Christian Leadership. During the speech, Austin […]

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Austin Ramirez’ Year in the White House Featured by AEM

Austin Ramirez reflected on his year as a White House Fellow in a profile news piece for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). Ramirez was one of 16 individuals chosen in 2016 to serve as paid, full-time staff to senior White House leaders or Cabinet-level government officials for a period of 12 months. As president […]

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HUSCO Provides SANY Superior Support during Record Mini-Excavator Production Run

Last week SANY celebrated the production of their 80,000th mini excavator. During this celebration, HUSCO International was recognized for outstanding supplier quality. SANY is a global leader in construction, mining, port and oil drilling machinery, as well as renewable wind-energy systems. This year the organization celebrated its best-selling machine, the 7.5t excavator.  The event was […]

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Gus Ramirez honored at Milwaukee Business Journal’s Corporate Citizenship Summit

For his charitable endeavors both personally and professionally, Gus Ramirez has been recognized as the 2017 Milwaukee Business Journal Corporate Citizenship of the Year. Most recently, Gus Ramirez, executive chairman of HUSCO International, led the development of St. Augustine Preparatory Academy on Milwaukee’s south side. Aug Prep opened in the fall of 2017 and is […]

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HUSCO Named Wisconsin’s largest Charitable Contributor

HUSCO International is proud to announce its recognition by the Milwaukee Business Journal as 2017’s “Largest Corporate Charitable Contributor in Wisconsin.”   The Ramirez family, owners of HUSCO International, believes that private companies have a responsibility to serve as community leaders. These values are embedded in the culture of the global HUSCO organization. In 2016 year […]

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United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Honors HUSCO CEO

Austin Ramirez, CEO of HUSCO International, was selected by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) to be one of this year’s Hispanic Business Enterprise (HBE) honorees. The USHCC is America’s largest organization that promotes and advocates for the growth and development of Hispanic owned firms. HUSCO’s growth has been generated through the development […]

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VIP Donors Support St. Augustine Preparatory Academy

Gus Ramirez, the Executive Chairman of HUSCO International and founder of St. Augustine Preparatory Academy, presided over a fund raiser with Milwaukee-area business VIP’s, executives and community leaders to help raise money for the school recently built on Milwaukee’s South side. The Gala was hosted at St. Augustine Prep October 10th. The night also featured […]

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Electro-Hydraulic Valves Make a Digital Future Possible for Off-Highway Machines

Take a drive in a car built before the year 2000, and you’ll quickly be reminded of the many computer-controlled systems we take for granted in today’s automobiles. Assisted steering, anti-lock brakes, cruise control, backup sensors, and GPS location awareness are now becoming standard features that make driving safer, easier and more efficient. In the […]

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