History

 

History of NuPulse

 

1976

New Zealand - Sid Bodmin invents the NuPulse claw - a gentler way to milk cows.

1978

Sid bring his invention to the United States and markets direct to the dairy farmer.

1980

America's International - located in Janesville, WI - starts to sell the NuPulse claw.

1982

NuPulse New Zealand buys America's International, changes the name to NuPulse America

1984

NuPulse America moves it's offices to Madison, WI.

1985

Ken & Anne Sissom buy the company and change it from NuPulse America to NuPulse, Inc.

1989

The FulFlo claw is invented. Designed with a larger bowl and larger milk inlets for faster milking cows. Also has a shut-off option.

1990

Ken and Anne move NuPulse, Inc. headquarters to Oregon, WI.

1990's

Development of the FloChek Meter, ReFlex and ImPulse Variable Speed Drives

2007

Ken and Anne Sissom retire and sell the company to E-Zee Milking Equipment, LLC located in Gordonville, PA

2009

The Wisconsin warehouse is moved to McFarland, WI

 

 

 

History of E-Zee Milking Equipment

 

1984

Emanuel Zook starts buying and selling used equipment from a shed at the front of his parent's farm. Selling only a few thousand dollars the 1st year.

1980's

Business continues to grow and Emanuel moves his business into his own shop.

1990's

Emanuel decides to start selling quality replacement aftermarket parts in addition to the used equipment.

2007

Emanuel purchases NuPulse, Inc. from Ken and Anne Sissom, giving him sole distribution rights to the NuPulse brand in North America, in addition to his replacement parts and used equipment.

2008

Emanuel decides to retire and steps back from the day-to-day operations. Amos Stoltzfoos becomes President and CEO.