ProPulse Joins John Deere Supply Base

ProPulse Joins John Deere Supply Base

[PEOSTA, IA] – ProPulse has been chosen to supply hydraulic hose assemblies to John Deere’s operations at multiple sites. ProPulse is a supplier of high-pressure hose assemblies based in Peosta, Iowa (Dubuque County).

To better serve an ever more sophisticated client base, our team has been focused for five years on the implementation of a very well-defined strategic plan and the development of world class manufacturing, quality and logistical systems. New business is the reward for all that hard work and we are very proud and pleased to be in prestigious company as we continue to serve our new customer, John Deere.

About ProPulse®

ProPulse is an Iowa based company that manufactures and assembles thermoplastic and wire braided rubber hydraulic hose assemblies. Founded in 1998, ProPulse specializes in supplying OEM production lines for world class companies that manufacture machinery and equipment in the construction, forestry, agriculture, cleaning and transportation fields.  Continuous and recent expansions and enhancements assure upgraded quality systems (ISO9001:2015) and unparalleled throughput capacity.


For more information about ProPulse, call (877) 384 4673 or visit

ISO 9001:2015 Certified & Full PPAP Capabilities

ProPulse offers a level of technical service far beyond that of most hose suppliers, tailoring our approach specific to your industry needs.

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Twenty-five years ago, Schieffer Co. International opened in Peosta with just six employees in a 12,000-square-foot facility. In the two and a half decades since, the hose manufacturer has changed its name and expanded exponentially. Now known as ProPulse, a Schieffer Company, it employs 130, utilizes 130,000 square feet of space, and is celebrating its silver anniversary in March. “25 years is a long time,” said Jeff Theis, President and CEO of ProPulse, “but I believe ‘blink of an eye’ is appropriate when describing our journey.”

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