Moog Flo Tork of Orrville is the October Outstanding Business Partner at the Wayne County Schools Career Center. Site Manager David Hodge and Machine Shop Foreman Rick Boggs accepted the award.

Moog was nominated by Precision Machining instructor Bruce Steiner. “Ricky Boggs serves on the Precision Machining advisory committee,” said Bruce. “They have donated nearly $20,000 in precision measurement and inspection equipment to our program.” They welcome our students on field trips, and currently employ three Adult Education students.

Bruce worked for Flo-Tork when he was a precision machining student.

Moog Flo Tork is a world class manufacturer of pneumatic and hydraulic rack and pinion rotary actuators. Founded in 1957, Flo-Tork is a successful supplier to the marine, aerospace, military industrial and commercial markets. In November of 2005, Flo-Tork joined Moog.

“Moog Flo-Tork is proud to be the primary supplier of hydraulic actuators for America’s fleet of nuclear powered submarines, equipping our sailors and submarines to execute their missions,” said David Hodge. The company is responsible for hundreds of specially designed systems that operate critical valves, hatches and other devices on board these vessels.

Moog Flo-Tork has generously and creatively sought to support the mission of the Wayne County Schools Career Center Precision Machining program with the donation of time, expertise and equipment. The business is located on North Main Street in Orrville.