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PHOTOS: A Visual Tour Through Flowmaster

  • While the climate of the automotive industry has changed, Flowmaster’s production ethics have not, according to the company. Flo
  • The advent of robotics has revolutionized manufacturing. For Flowmaster it has exponentially empowered employees to create, prod
  • The machinery is not the only tenured thing in Flowmaster production. The longevity of employees that have remained over the yea
  • While integrity in work ethic is important to Flowmaster employees, so is product performance. Rogers continued: “Employees are
  • Among the extravagantly large machines energetically pumping out products is an industrial mandrel bender that bends tubing at
  • As you continue through the plant, employees can be found painting and hand-welding products that are later scrutinized by the Q
  • Of course, finished products must be boxed and once they have been, you can’t forget about the shipping department. These men a
  • While the climate of the automotive industry has changed, Flowmaster’s production ethics have not, according to the company. Flo
  • The advent of robotics has revolutionized manufacturing. For Flowmaster it has exponentially empowered employees to create, prod
  • The machinery is not the only tenured thing in Flowmaster production. The longevity of employees that have remained over the yea
  • While integrity in work ethic is important to Flowmaster employees, so is product performance. Rogers continued: “Employees are
  • Among the extravagantly large machines energetically pumping out products is an industrial mandrel bender that bends tubing at
  • As you continue through the plant, employees can be found painting and hand-welding products that are later scrutinized by the Q
  • Of course, finished products must be boxed and once they have been, you can’t forget about the shipping department. These men a

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following post was originally made by Flowmaster and edited for republish by THE SHOP.

Flowmaster started as an American-made company and remains that way today. Ray Flugger began making mufflers in an 800-square-foot barn in California, expanded to a 300-employee manufacturing facility in Santa Rosa, California, and eventually moved everything over to the 165,000-square-foot facility in West Sacramento where the compay operates today.

Take the Flowmaster plant tour in the photo gallery above.

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