Since 1976, IFP Automation has been dedicated to delivering high value service to our customers as a premier supplier of technical systems and components.

Our Mission Statement: IFP Automation is dedicated to delivering high value service as a premier supplier of technical systems and components. We will remain at the forefront of automation and motion control technology supporting our customers through our engineering capabilities and our value added services.

2016 – Our 40th Anniversary

IFP Automation celebrated its 40th year in business in 2016. Today, more than ever, our mission statement is what guides us towards the future.

2015 – Indianapolis Engineering Technology Office

IFP Automation expands our footprint in order to better meet the increasing engineering development support needs of our customers for both control systems and fluid power products.

2002 – Electrical & Controls Solutions

Many of IFP Automation’s customers experienced a lack of engineering focused providers of electronic control systems and associated accessories. IFP formally introduces these products in order to meet the needs of mobile OEMS, industrial OEMS, end users, and systems integrators.

1999 – Value Add Capabilities

IFP launches our Value Add Services group which include the designing and manufacturing of custom solution and assemblies by utilizing products from partner manufacturers, as well as IFP designed solutions.  This service significantly reduces the labor impact to our customers of using many of our systems products.

1980’s – Growth Facilitated by an Engineering Driven Culture

IFP’s growth was driven by a founding principal: that strong engineering capabilities are principle to fully serving our customers. Our company experienced strong growth by recognizing that engineering knowledge of our products was a requirement to being the best in our field.

1976 – Founded as Indiana Fluid Power

IFP Automation was originally founded as Indiana Fluid Power in Ft Wayne, Indiana in 1976, as a distribution source of hydraulic components and associated services.

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The original Indiana Fluid Power line card used in 1976