Franklin Electric

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Headquarters Bluffton, IN
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (FELE)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $500 to $999 million (USD) per year
Competitors Danaher, Pentair, ITT Corp

Franklin Electric would do Old Ben proud. The company keeps things flowing by making and distributing submersible and specialty electric motors, electronic drives and controls, and related items. Its fueling system products include electronic tank monitoring equipment, fittings, flexible piping, nozzles, and vapor recovery systems. Franklin Electric's products are used primarily by OEMs that incorporate them in underground petroleum pumping systems, sewage pumps, vacuum pumping systems, and freshwater pumping systems. The US makes up nearly half of sales.

Working at Franklin Electric

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Employees are “Satisfied”   5 ratings

3.8

75% Approve of the CEO   4 ratings

Franklin Electric Chairman and CEO R. Scott Trumbull

R. Scott Trumbull

Chairman and CEO

Nice place to work.

  Former Employee in Fort Wayne, IN

Pros: The people are friendly and helpful. Depending on whom you are working for, there is flexibility to handle things you need to do as they come up. Overall positive experience. Good quality products you can be proud of. Full Review

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Manufacturing Engineer

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No Offer – Interviewed in Bluffton, IN Mar 2008 – Reviewed Oct 2, 2012

Interview Details – First phone contact was actual department VP, which was great that I wasn't being sold an unrealistic opportunity by an HR professional. After three evening calls and building dialog, I was asked to come in for a day long interview with executives, peers, direct reports, etc. Pretty normal…Full Interview

Interview Question:
What would I do to grow their business? Hard to know what the weaknesses in their product, process or sales channels were, since I was on the outside looking in. View Answer

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Franklin Electric Awards & Accolades

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America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2009
Best Companies to Work for in Latin America, Great Place to Work Institute, 2009
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