Date: Monday, April 22, 2013
We are proud to announce the launch of our first Corporate Social Responsibility report. The report will be of strategic benefit to Hunter's business by serving as a baseline measure of our environmental and social impacts. Sharing how we do business is important to help us remain accountable to our corporate values of customer satisfaction, innovation, family and citizenship. The report also gives a glimpse inside our operations, and an understanding of what we are working towards as an organization.
Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The Hunter Industries website now includes a section specifically dedicated to Hunter's golf irrigation product offering. This addition to the site is designed to give golf irrigation professionals easy access to Hunter's golf-specific products and resources. The Hunter golf line includes Valve-In-Head and Decoder-In-Head rotors, traditional mid and long-range rotors, decoders, field controllers, central control software, communications solutions, ET stations, and accessories.
The golf product pages will
Date: Monday, November 19, 2012
The 2013 Hunter irrigation catalog is now available. Included in the new design is information on some of our newest products including the MP3500, and the Roam XL remote, as well as important updates on existing products. It also includes easy-to-read charts, product features, advanced features, operating specifications and specification builders.
This catalog was designed with two main goals in mind. The first goal was to provide quick and easy access to our innovative products. The second was to
Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2012
As part of the 2012 Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO) Forum, Hunter Industries formally received one of two honorable mention recognitions from the C. Everett Koop National Health Awards for its culturally competent, integrated health management program and their ability to document cost savings through high program participation among its diverse workforce.
Hunter Industries' commitment to the health and welfare of their workforce includes investments in employee wellness programs, onsite
Date: Monday, October 8, 2012
At Hunter, we want our employees to be as healthy and happy as possible. One way we make good on that promise is by providing an onsite Wellness Center at our main corporate campus in San Marcos, CA. The Wellness Center includes a gym, locker rooms, and a full spectrum of exercise equipment and fitness programs. It is tremendously popular throughout the company, and has helped numerous employees live healthier, happier lives both in and out of work. One of the reasons the Wellness Center has been so
Date: Friday, October 5, 2012
Hunter Industries is proud to be participating in the 2012 Landscape Expo taking place in Long Beach, CA October 10-11, 2012.
Some of our most water efficient products will be on display including the Eco-Mat, Solar Panel for XC Hybrid and Node controllers, MP Rotator, and Solar Sync ET sensor. The FX Luminaire line of LED landscape lighting products will be available for viewing as well, including the highly innovative Luxor ZD control system with zoning and dimming capabilities. Visit the Landscape Expo
Date: Friday, May 18, 2012
At Hunter, our philosophy for building a successful leadership team is simple. We identify, reward, and promote smart, talented people who embody our core principles every day they walk into the office. This kind of steadfast dedication is precisely how Kenneth McEneany, our Vice President of Manufacturing, rose to his position as one of our most trusted executive leaders.
Ken has been at Hunter for over 15 years. He started in November of 1996 as the Quality Assurance Manager. Since Hunter has so much
Date: Thursday, February 23, 2012
Hunter Industries was built on the innovation of gear-driven rotors. Brought to life through the brilliant mind of Edwin J. Hunter in 1981, gear-driven rotors allow a steady stream of water to flow through a sprinkler’s nozzle and efficiently cover wide expanses of turf. This was revolutionary at the time, because the industry standard was “impact” style sprinklers. The innovation of gear-driven rotors provided a more efficient and reliable way to irrigate. Today impact irrigation is all but obsolete.