Merry Christmas From Tri-Motion Industries

Thank You Valued Pneumatic Hoist Distributors and Customers!

We wanted to take this time here at Tri-Motion Industries to say Thank You for your continued support and business throughout the year. We appreciate each and every one of you in helping to support quality pneumatic hoists that are manufactured here in the USA.

Please note that we will be closed on Friday December 23rd and Monday December 26th during the Christmas holiday. We will also be closed Friday December 30th and January 2nd for the New Year holiday.

May you find joy, peace, and happiness with you and your family throughout this holiday season. Wishing everyone continued success and a prosperous New Year!

Posted on 12/16/2016 by Tri-Motion Industries

Come Check Out Our Pneumatic Hoist Booth At The Indoff Show In St. Louis, MO!

Tri-Motion Industries is proud to be an exhibiting vendor at the National 2015 Indoff Vendor Show October 23. We will be displaying a variety of pneumatic hoist and controls for you to review. We will even have a live working pneumatic hoist demo that you can try for yourself. Our Bal-Trol pneumatic hoist and controls are solid work horses that hold up in the best or even the worst environments. See why our pneumatic hoist and controls stands out from our competitors. Come visit us in booth #711 and speak with John Schiestl, our National Sales Manager. We look forward to working with you on your next pneumatic hoist application Application Examples.

Posted on 10/21/2015 by Tri-Motion Industries

Retirement Party For Ann From The Air Balancer Industry

Celebrating Ann's Retirement From The Air Balancer Industry!

You may have talked to Ann Boyce over the years in customer service regarding an air balancer. Many of you can attest to her extensive knowledge regarding our Air Balancer product line and have come to rely on her regularly. After almost 20 years of service, Ann will be retiring from the Tri-Motion family on September 11, 2015. Her tenure and dedication to our product line is a statement to what we stand for. Building a quality air balancer and long term relationships are what we believe in at Tri-Motion Industries. Ann's in depth knowledge and expertise will truly be missed. We recently celebrated this joyous occasion and reflected on all the good times over the years. Please wish Ann a happy retirement if you speak with her before she leaves and know that all of us here at Tri-Motion Industries are dedicated to helping with your air balancer needs!

Posted on 08/28/2015 by Tri-Motion Industries

Celebrating Independence Day!!!

We want to wish you a Safe and Happy 4th of July, from our Tri-Motion family to yours! The Fourth of July is a spectacular day: fireworks, picnics and music all in the name of our country's freedom. We greatly appreciate all of our distributors and customers for continuing to help make us leaders in the pneumatic hoist and air balancer industry! So while you are enjoying time with your family and friends, here is some trivia to share.

  • Birthday Celebrations Abound! Calvin Coolidge, the country's 30th president, was born on Independence Day. Others celebrating birthdays on July Fourth include, Nobel laureate and economist Gerard Debreu, Olympic gold medalist and tennis Hall of Famer Pam Shriver, "Ugly Betty" actress Becki Newton and current first daughter Malia Obama

  • Hot Dogs Galore: July Fourth is the "biggest hot dog holiday of the year," according to TIME magazine, with Americans reportedly consuming about 155 million of them on Independence Day alone. But despite a nationwide love for the salty snack, no one really knows where the hot dog came from. According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, it is "likely that the North American hot dog comes from a widespread common European sausage brought here by butchers of several nationalities." The meaty treat's origin story remains murky, however.

  • Turtle Soup, Anyone? Though hot dogs, french fries and barbecued treats are typical Fourth of July fare nowadays, our Founding Fathers feasted on some pretty different foods to celebrate the country's independence back in the day. "According to legend, on July 4, 1776, John Adams…and his wife, Abigail, sat down for a celebratory meal of turtle soup, New England poached salmon with egg sauce, green peas and boiled new potatoes in jackets. They followed the meal with Indian pudding or Apple Pandowdy," wrote Justine Sterling for Delish.com in 2011.

Posted on 07/02/2015 by Tri-Motion Industries

Christmas Party 2014

2014 Year in Review

In looking back at 2014, we had another successful year in all divisions. We had a wonderful Christmas party with all of our Greenco/Duramaster/Tri-Motion/Load Halt family and are looking forward to a prosperous 2015. We thank all of our distributors and customers for making this possible. Happy New Year!

Posted on 01/13/2015 by Tri-Motion Industries