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Former Gardner-Denver subsidiary to leave Quincy

Former Gardner-Denver subsidiary to leave Quincy

2 weeks, 4 days ago by Scott Hardy

GD Energy Products re-locating this October

A company that was spun off from Gardner-Denver that works in the energy industry says its' moving out of Quincy this fall.

Quincy Mayor Mike Troup confirmed Tuesday that GD Energy Products will close its' Quincy location in October and re-locate, which will affect about 60 employees. GD Energy Products has been owned by American Industrial Partners since 2021, and was purchased from current Gardner-Denver owner Ingersoll-Rand, which merged with Gardner-Denver in 2020. Mayor Troup says that GD Energy Products did lease space in the Gardner Denver factory in Quincy, and that he expects many if not all of the employees to find work with either Gardner Denver or with other local employers. The Mayor says that Ingersoll-Rand may expand operations at Gardner-Denver's Quincy plant, and that no layoffs are expected at Gardner-Denver.      

Gardner-Denver was founded in 1859 as Gardner Governor Company in Quincy, and was headquartered here until 2010, when corporate offices moved to Philadelphia. The company had been bought by Cooper Industries in 1994 before merging with Ingersoll-Rand.  

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