Working with Disabled Veterans
Happy Veterans Day!
Fluid Conditioning Products is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), and we are proud to support our troops, veterans, and disabled veterans. At FCP, we take our commitment to the troops seriously, and our owner and service-disabled veteran, David A. Niggel, understands the sacrifice it takes to be a U.S. serviceman. This is his story.
Dave Niggel enlisted in 1967 and worked as a field wire communications technician at Ft. Ritchie, MD. He was then stationed for 15 months in Korea as a Military Police Officer. While in Korea, Dave patrolled between villages and compounds guarding classified military weapons. He also worked with the sentry K9 unit and managed the team of handlers.
After leaving the military, Dave managed several stores for Kay Jewelers, including the Park City store in Lancaster. He joined the ownership team of FCP, in 2016 and is a well-respected figure in the company. His background in leadership and team management makes him an incredible asset to the business.
The most important lesson Dave learned in the military is that the foundation of success starts with hard work. FCP works hard to create high quality, specialty engineered filtration products, as well as achieve and maintain certifications necessary to excel in our industry. Being part of the SDVOSB program allows FCP to continue our hard work.
Our Commitment at FCP
At FCP, we are proud to support our troops and be a part of the SDVOSB program. FCP has an experienced team that focuses on quality and craftsmanship because all of our products are used by the U.S. military.
What do the F-16 fighter jet – Blackhawk Helicopter – Nuclear Submarines and Aircraft Carrier Launch Catapults have in Common? They are all equipped with precision filtration devices engineered by us.
All devices are made in the USA by a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business.
For more information about our pride in supporting our troops at home and in their service around the world, get in touch with us today.