INDIANAPOLIS—Vibromatic Co. Inc., a supplier of parts handling and feeding equipment, has been inducted into the Indiana Manufacturers Association’s (IMA) Hall of Fame.

Companies inducted into the Hall of Fame are chosen for their outstanding contributions to the development of a healthy, dynamic business environment in Indiana, and to the state’s overall economic well-being. Based in Noblesville, IN, Vibromatic has been supplying parts handling equipment for the assembly automation and robotics industries for 65 years. The company’s feeding and orienting systems are among of the most important components in a modern assembly machine. Vibromatic equipment is used by companies like GM, Ford, Tesla, Fiat-Chrysler, Cummins, Alcoa, P&G, Coke, Pepsi, Crown Cork & Seal, Reynolds, Lilly, Bausch + Lomb, and Becton Dickinson.

Considered an “essential manufacturing company” during the pandemic, Vibromatic supplied feeders for testing and vaccine delivery products and services in the fight against COVID-19.

“The IMA Hall of Fame [recognizes] the positive achievements made by Indiana manufacturing companies,” says Brian Burton, IMA president and CEO. “Additionally, these inductions serve to bring attention to our industry and make the public aware of manufacturing’s enormous impact on the Hoosier economy.”

Manufacturing continues to be one of the highest paying industry sectors in the state, and accounts for nearly 30 percent of Indiana’s total GDP. As the most manufacturing-intensive state in the nation, Indiana is the No. 1 wage payer and employer of Hoosiers.

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