About Us

We know a great company is more than individuals and it takes every team member to pull together to exceed our customers’ expectations on every project.

We believe that by having a strong, unified company culture in which we prioritize setting and meeting goals on every project that our team will provide you with the best equipment and services available.

  • Application Engineers
    Vibromatic Application Engineers deal directly with our Sales Representatives and customers by gathering sample parts and specifications to develop the best concept and provide you a quotation.
  • Project Managers
    Once the PO is placed, the Project Manager will deal directly with customers throughout the entire manufacturing build to ensure all customers’ specification are met and on time delivery.
  • Engineering
    Our design engineers use Autodesk Inventor Software to develop our 3D mechanical design drawings, and documentation to design detailed conceptual drawings. We use decades of automation knowledge to produce the most effective, efficient and operator-friendly systems possible.
  • Manufacturing
    The Vibromatic Manufacturing Team works together through every step of the bowl building process. Starting with those who cut steel for use on standard items to basic bowl building, specialized bowl tooling, assembly, and quality control. We employ some of the nation’s most experienced bowl builders; many have been with us 25+ years and it shows in the quality products we custom build.
  • Customer Service & Administration
    adopted highly ethical business practices and strived for nothing less than complete customer satisfaction. Today we take great pride in carrying on those traditions, whether dealing with customers, service providers or each other. From processing a customer order to complete shipment, our Customer Service Team prides itself on exceeding our customers’ expectations.

The Benefits of Strong Culture

First, there are clear benefits to having a strong, unified company culture underlying your business’s operations:

  • For starters, culture contributes to the identity and values of your company. For example, if your corporate culture is one that prioritizes setting and meeting goals, your individual workers will be more likely to set and meet goals of their own. It’s a good way to set and maintain the direction of your employees, and without it, it’s hard to keep your company’s values coherent.
  • strong company culture attracts better talent and, more importantly, retains that talent. When people feel like they belong to an organization, they’re more likely to stick around for the long term. That means lower turnover, fewer new hires to deal with, and better chemistry among your team.
  • Corporate culture also adds to your brand identity. If you treat your employees well and have a fun-loving corporate atmosphere, your customers will see you as a fun-loving, generous brand. Depending on your target demographics, that could be a major boon for sales and customer loyalty.

These are tenets of brand culture you’re likely already familiar with. Culture overall is going to become more important, which means all these dimensions will increase in line with that expansion. So why is that importance beginning to increase?

Our History

Vibromatic Company was founded in 1956 in Noblesville, Indiana as the first parts feeding companies in the Midwest and since that time, has continued to be an innovator and leader in our field and has grown to be a major supplier of Part Handling Systems worldwide. Our specialty is parts handling equipment, which includes not only vibratory bowl feeders but also belt style linear systems, floor feeders, stepper feeders, centrifugal feeders, orbital non-vibratory feeders, Polycast(TM) cascade style feeders, and escapement and placement devices. We have fed parts as heavy as automotive ball joints to parts as delicate as light bulb filaments.

VIbromatic has built many feeding systems for automotive companies like Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Chrysler, and Honda; we have also produced systems for Alcoa, Champion Spark Plug, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Xerox and many more both directly, and through systems integrators and special machine builders. Odds are that some component in something you use every day or own has been fed in a Vibromatic Feed System. Some examples would be: surgical clips, 28mm closures; interior light assemblies; components for relay terminals; components for lock-lever assemblies; components for fuel injection assemblies; components for spark plugs; components for vent cap assemblies; internal engine components such as valves, bearings, cams, gears, cable clips, nuts, bolts, washers, o-rings, screws, orifices, springs plus much, much more.