Rubber hoses made back in the early 1900s were comprised of pure gum rubber tapped from the Amazonian trees, which often grow more than 100 feet high. The original source for most of this quality gum rubber was the Amazon River Basin of South America from which Amazon Hose & Rubber Founder Harry E. Jacoby adopted the name “Amazon.”
From the Chicago location, business grew to include expanded service and product distribution at locations in Miami and Tampa during the 1940s and early ’50s. Surviving World War II, Amazon Hose & Rubber emerged with a broad range of hoses and tubing made of quality synthetic materials. Each location continues in the tradition of quality service and products — “an inch or a mile.”
In 1981, Amazon Hose & Rubber opened its Orlando location serving the growing Central Florida area with walk-in service. Each location maintains a comprehensive stock of hoses, tubing, fittings and couplings for industrial and hydraulic applications.
Easy access to overnight ground and air shipping services allows Amazon Hose to provide quality service for North American clients from coast to coast as well serving international clients.
In 2019 Amazon will celebrate it's 100th anniversary.
Amazon looks forward to your business and will do everything in it's power to keep it. For another hundred years.