The Canadian Fluid Power Association (CFPA) is a non-profit Canadian association of companies that is committed to the development of fluid power technology in Canada. We provide relevant industry insights, communications, and resources to our members to support their continued growth and development.
We have been working hard to provide true value for our membership and reconfirm our national identity. Our goal is to have a membership that is strong and involved while keeping it uniquely Canadian. Interested in knowing more? You can always reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read our latest newsletter here.
CFPA Chairman: My name is Frank Pirri and I am currently the Sales and Product Manager at Flodraulic. I have been involved in the Fluid Power Industry since 1984. Throughout the years I have witnessed many interesting advancements in the industry and am intrigued to see how fluid Power will continue to evolve to meet the challenges of the day and tomorrow.
I am pleased to have been recently elected as the new Chair of Canadian Fluid Power Association (CFPA) by the Board of Directors. During my time as Chair I hope to both strengthen and expand the ground work already laid down by my predecessors.
The CFPA is currently in a state of welcome growth, we look forward to truly representing the Canadian Fluid Power Industry from Coast to Coast. We encourage all member companies to get involved by joining a committee making sure your voice is heard making the CFPA stronger as a whole.
CFPA Vice-Chair: My name is Caryes Allan, and I am the Vice Chairperson for the CFPA. I am also the vice president of Higginson Equipment, a cylinder manufacturer and fluid power distributor in Burlington Ontario. My work experience in the fluid power industry spans over a decade, where my main focus has been finance and human resources.
I am excited to be the new CFPA vice chair, and cherish the opportunity to help guide the association through this period of growth and expansion. I feel women in fluid power executive positions are all too uncommon, so I will take my position seriously to set an example to young women considering STEM careers, or a business occupation in a male-dominated field.
Within the CFPA, I am active in the Region Events, Education and Communications committees, and contribute directly to the Nation and Toronto Fluid Power Challenge Committees. I encourage all of you in the association to sign up for at least one committee so the voice of you and your member company can be heard.