Spartan Motors Reviews

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Spartan Motors President, CEO, and Director John E. Sztykiel
John E. Sztykiel
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  • A company with a focus on the bottom line

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    Former Employee - Supply Chain in Charlotte, MI
    Former Employee - Supply Chain in Charlotte, MI

    I worked at Spartan Motors full-time (more than a year)

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    No-nonsense, profit-centered organization. Focus is always on the bottom line and making investors happy. You know exactly what is expected of you, and there isn't much tolerance for failure.


    Often, there is a gloomy mood that hovers over the workplace, due to the serious nature of Spartan's employees. It can make work less than enjoyable.

    Advice to Management

    Lighten up a little. Create a more modern, creative work environment, not one where everyone is expected to conform.

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100 Fastest Growing Companies, Fortune, 2009

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Headquarters Charlotte, MI
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1975
Type Company - Public (SPAR)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Spartan Motors has built itself on the foundation of its chassis. Founded in 1975, Spartan Motors (through its core Spartan Chassis unit) makes custom chassis for fire trucks, motor homes, and other specialty vehicles, including mine resistant and light armored vehicles for the US military. The company also manufactures emergency vehicles through three subsidiaries that make up its Emergency Vehicle Team (EVTeam) segment. Its Crimson Fire subsidiary builds fire truck bodies, while its Crimson Fire Aerials business makes ladder units for fire trucks. Other operations... More

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