Engineering and manufacturing company Hyson announces rebrand

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Hyson Metal Forming Solutions, a business of Barnes, has announced a refresh of its brand. This refresh includes an updated logo and visual branding to support Hyson’s mission to focus on innovation that creates value for the customer through a passionate and empowered team. With modern, brighter concepts that capture the brand’s essence while paying homage to its legacy as an industry leader, Hyson’s new brand identity is designed to capture its enthusiasm, passion, and determination.

“The brand refresh honors the history of Hyson while demonstrating our engineering capabilities,” said Teresa Bair, Hyson General Manager. “Our customer-centric culture creates innovative solutions for customer problems. The investment in our updated brand provides a more modern and accurate visual identity for Hyson.”

Hyson is an engineering and manufacturing company headquartered in Brecksville, Ohio that provides high-quality, safety-engineered force and motion control solutions for a wide range of applications and industries, including automotive, aerospace, white goods/HVAC, medical, steel production, and heavy industrial manufacturing. Our team specializes in collaborating with customers to understand their applications and provide trustworthy solutions that optimize their operations. We are a full-service force and motion control provider for critical machine, vehicle, and precision metal processing applications. Our product catalog feature Gas Springs, Manifolds, Manifold Cylinders, Xtreme Duty Gas Springs, Di-Dro Adjustable Force Systems, and more.

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