Gardner Denver doesn't grow flowers in the Mile High City. The company makes blowers, petroleum pumps, and a variety of compressors, such as reciprocating, rotary screw, and sliding vane compressors, as well as positive displacement and centrifugal blowers. Compressed air products are its principal offering. Manufacturing plants and industrial facilities use the compressors to produce durable goods, process petroleum and pharmaceuticals, and treat wastewater. Gardner Denver also makes vacuum products, fluid-transfer products, and well-servicing pumps for oil and natural...
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Employees are “Satisfied” 25 ratings
50% of the CEO 6 ratings
Michael M. Larsen
No Offer – Interviewed in Houston, TX (US) May 2014 – Reviewed last week New
Interview Details A recruiter submitted me for an opening. First, I had 1 phone interview with HR and then, I had 3 in-person interviews with those to whom I'd be reporting. All of those with whom I had contact at the company were friendly and I found talking with them to be very easy. – Full Interview
Their questions were very straight-forward and none of them were difficult to answer. Most of their questions were about my work experience. – Answer Question