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Eric R. Cozens
2 Ratings

    "Never worth it"

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    Former Employee - Quality Engineering Specialist
    Former Employee - Quality Engineering Specialist

    I worked at Stackpole


    Good equpiment, reasonable environment compared to other powder metal facilities, people you work with are great, offices and caffetaria are well maintained and clean.


    If you are not part of the inner circle, it is what it is and will never change, people are not judged on merit but who they are connected too.

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    Stackpole was great, Gates has a long way to go to ever aspire to what was

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    I applied through other source. The process took a dayinterviewed at Stackpole in January 2012.

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    Fairly simple interview, did not ask for much. To sum up, they'll see if you have got both brains and muscles.
    Simple "describe yourself" kind of things. Fairly standard. The interviewer did not seem too interested in the process and instead opt for a much more relax chat during the second half, which was refreshing.

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Headquarters Mississauga, Canada
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Stackpole is geared up for the automobile industry. The company makes drive train components such as planetary gears, oil pumping systems, synchronizer assemblies, and shaft gears. Customers include General Motors, Ford, Peugeot, ZF Friedrichshafen, and Borg Warner. Stackpole has formed a joint venture with Seoul-based Halla Group to manufacture auto parts in South Korea; various Halla entities will own a 70% stake in the venture and Stackpole will have the remaining 30%. In 2003 Stackpole was acquired by industrial manufacturer Tomkins PLC of the UK.

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