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OUR MISSION

To become the world’s leading manufacturer, supplier and source of information related to the transfer of fluids and other materials, through flexible tubes and hoses. To this end, we will continue building and leading a team approach to problem-solving in the industry.

Hose Solutions Inc is the product of a history dating back to the late 1800’s. This pedigree follows a family line in the specialized art of weaving, an integral and critical part in the manufacture of the specialized hoses the company focuses on today.

The manufacture of these hoses is a product of the materials and manufacturing techniques developed over the centuries. The company has remained at the leading edge of these developments and has led the world in the manufacture of specialized hoses for a variety of applications.

Working very closely with suppliers and customers to form long-term and strategic relationships, the company has today become an international symbol of innovation, quality and responsiveness.

COMPANY TIMELINE

1880

Adolf Steverlynck opens first weaving factory in Belgium.

1924

Julio Steverlynck opens weaving factory in Argentina, South America. Becomes largest manufacturer of denim in Southern Hemisphere employing over 3000 workers.

1934

Julio Steverlynck opens textile factory in Uruguay, South America.

1936

Charles Steverlynck opens Picanol SA, weaving Loom manufacturer in Belgium, Europe.

1955

Yves Steverlynck opens Latex Threads in Cape Town, South Africa. A fully vertical organisation focusing on extrusion, covering of fibres and weaving for the textile industry.

1963

Picanol manufacturers 10 000 weaving looms per year. World leader in new loom development.

1969

Picanol lists on Belgian Stock Exchange.

1970

Hose Manufacturers South Africa begins manufacture of fire hoses.

1973

Hose Manufacturers SA leads world in new latex lining method for fire hoses and in the manufacture of synthetic hoses.

1975

Yves Steverlynck opens Hose makers in Melbourne, Australia.

1978

Hose Manufacturers SA sold to a British Industrial Conglomerate listed on the London Stock Exchange.

1980

Hose Manufacturers SA, in conjunction with a leading European Plastics Company, develop new extrusion grade polyurethane for use with hoses.

1981

A Malaysian company buys British Conglomerate in hostile takeover.

1985

Yves Steverlynck opens Crusader Hose in Melbourne, Australia.

1998

Hose Manufacturers receives ISO 9000 Certification.

2001

Nicolas Steverlynck opens Hose Solutions Inc in the USA.

OUR ADDED VALUE

Involved in weaving for nearly 1800s.
Specializing in layflat-type hoses since 1970s.

Our products have the optimum mix of strength to weight ratio.

Consistency in production.

Our research team develops new materials for an ever-increasing number of new applications.

We pursue long-term relationships with suppliers and customers alike.

Quick and responsive service to all requests.

Our Customers Say It Best

As you might expect with the drought my pumps have been going non-stop since spring.
One pump (set at 250 feet depth) recently had an electrical problem, of course, on a weekend. With the help of my wife, we had it out, repaired and running again in two hours. You can’t do that with any kind of pipe!

Bob Puls - California
We chose the WellHose product for our shallow wells (80’ depth) because of the long term benefits – decreased head loss and no corrosion. Our previous steel column pipes were on the verge of falling apart. Instead of replacing the column pipes with galvanized steel, we went with WellHose, at a lower price! The installation was very simple and not labor intensive, and to-date we have not experienced any issues. Should the submersible pumps experience issues, we expect that pump removal/reinstall will be more economical than if we had stuck with steel column pipes!
Max Bricker
J.G. Boswell Co.

The City of Amarillo, Texas has been using Boreline by Hose Solutions since 2010 in its potable water wells. It is a great product to use for work in tight applications where you cannot get a rig in. Our first time to use it was in a well about 600’ deep. Boreline also allows you an energy cost saving over time because it maintains its smooth wall vs the corrosion aspect of steel pipe. Very simple product to use. It has a NSF rating.

Kenneth McColl
City of Amarillo - Texas
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