Andy has been working for MFP Automation Engineering for nearly four years as a Hydraulic Systems Engineer, and has been a hydraulic engineer for twenty years. Andy attended Muskegon Community College before transferring to Michigan Technological University, graduating in 1995 with a degree in mechanical engineering. When asked, what made him choose hydraulic systems engineering as his career, he responded “It chose me. The first company I worked for out of Michigan Tech was looking for an entry level hydraulic engineer.
The staff at MFP Automation Engineering goes to great lengths to ensure that we remain at the forefront of the fluid power and motion control industries. In this endeavor, we strive to keep our customers engaged and knowledgeable about our progress. Part of this is accomplished through our seasonal training classes while other pertinent information is relayed via this news page.
Albert Einstein once said “Scientists investigate that which already is; Engineers create that which has never been.” Engineers are responsible for solving global, environmental, and everyday problems. Creative problem solving is just one way that makes every day different in the life of an engineer. One example is that engineers get to work within a variety of different industries helping others solve whatever challenges they are currently facing. The world of engineering is constantly evolving as we continue to encounter new problems every single day.
As our regular visitors have surely noticed, MFP Automation Engineering’s website has undergone quite a transformation. With more in-depth product pages, a slew of resources and a fully-responsive design, our new site is geared towards making our customers’ lives easier and, more importantly, allowing them quick access to the information that they need.