About Us


Flexfab has been an outstanding place to work since Doug DeCamp opened it’s doors in 1961, and we don’t ever want that to change. That’s why we have employees who have been here for over 30 years.

We built a great workplace on our core values, we refer to this as HEARTS. Honesty, Excellence, Accountability, Respect, Teamwork, and Support.

Flexfab cares for the communities in which we live and work. We want to make a positive impact on every one of them. That’s why we support organizations like the United Way, invest in local education, and actively partner with the medical community around us. We believe we have a responsibility to be a blessing to our neighborhoods.

But that’s just what goes on inside.

Our suppliers, partners, and customers around the world know that we are committed to their success, and to being excellent in all we do. It’s the Flexfab promise, and we stand behind it.

Flexfab is more than a company, it’s a culture of excellence that supplies world-class products to some of the largest companies around the globe. Our proprietary processes of compounding, calendaring, extruding, molding, and bonding silicone rubber, organic rubber, and reinforcing materials makes our products world-class. Ask our sales team about custom-designed products and special shapes.

Take a few minutes to learn how Flexfab has emerged as one of the leading OEM parts suppliers - and best places to work - in the world.

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Our Values

Humble Hearts

We built our culture on core values we call HEARTS: Honesty, Excellence, Accountability, Teamwork and Support. Humble Hearts. Learn more about how we live out our values every day.

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Company Culture

Flexfab has a culture of employees whom identify as lifelong learners. At Flexfab we're a team, and everyone knows that “Everything we do must be of high quality”. This is not just a statement, it’s what we do every day. It’s our culture.

Our History

Our History

In 1961, Douglas C. DeCamp and his friend, Bill Pierce started a small business in a deserted 7,000-sqaure-foot store in the little town of Hasting, Michigan...