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The Liteflex

Weighs Less – Parabolic/Tapered designs weigh one third that of steel, allowing for overall weight reduction, greater hauling capacity and improved fuel economy.

Lasts Longer – Liteflex Composite Springs do not rust, won’t lose strength with age and never sag, providing a fatigue life of five times that of steel springs.

Reduces Maintenance – With no air bags, shocks, or leveling valves, Liteflex Composite Springs substantially reduce maintenance costs.

Increases Tire Life – After replacing inferior, multi-leaf steel springs, some customers have reported a 200%-300% increase in tire life.

Rides Smoother – Liteflex Composite Springs reduce road noise and vibration for a softer ride and excellent cargo and trailer protection.

Highest Temperature ResistanceSuperior epoxy resin helps Liteflex springs resist up to 165°C (325°F) versus 130°C (265°F) for our competitors’ urethane.

Safety – Liteflex Composite Springs are more dependable, nearly indestructible and have a safety feature allowing for continued driving to a maintenance facility.

Continuously Improving – Liteflex is currently seeking truck and fleet operators to participate in a study of improved tire wear on vehicles utilizing Liteflex springs.

Proven – 21,000,000+ installations in vehicles around the world, Liteflex has been innovating since 1981.

Award-Winning – Liteflex is only 1 of 80 suppliers to receive GM's annual award for Global Supplier Quality Excellence.

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Given the Liteflex composite spring’s advantages over traditional suspensions, manufacturer’s from around the world are taking notice. We export 65% of our U.S. production to points around the globe, including Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine. Clients include GM, Ford, Chrysler, Fiat, Daimler, Tata, Mercedes-Benz, Iveco, Range Rover, Kenworth, Peterbilt, Freightliner, Navistar, and Hyundai, and others.

Having recently tripled production capacity, Liteflex is using 3,000,000 pounds of fiberglass and one and a half million pounds of epoxy in current production, with a projected forecast approaching 1.8 million springs produced annually by year 2023.

News & Resources

Tata Motors Partners with Liteflex to Modernize Passenger Transportation in India
In a market dominated by three-wheeled autorickshaws, Tata Motors’ introduction of the Tata Magic has begun to modernize India’s “last mile public transport” market. What…
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LiteFlex Partners to Modernize the International Chassis Fleet
An estimated 20-30 percent shortage in available international chassis for hauling shipping containers creates opportunities. With international shipping container volumes increasing 7 percent in 2017,…
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Liteflex Activates 200,000 Sq. Ft. Plant to Meet Growth in Demand
DAYTON, OHIO – Liteflex, a global manufacturer of advanced composite suspension springs, announces the opening of their third production plant in Dayton, Ohio. Located at 3600…
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Now Hiring!

Liteflex employs a diverse team of engineering, production and support staff to keep operations running smoothly. Our staffing needs change from time to time and if interested, we encourage you to inquire about job openings.

We are currently seeking employees for production and assembly. Liteflex offers competitive pay, generous benefits, and extended hours/shifts for those looking to earn more. Applicants must be drug-free and submit to a background check.

Download and print out our employment application below to get started. Email a scan or photo of your completed form back to us at dhay@liteflex.net for consideration. If you are unable to download the application, we invite you to visit our main office for a printed copy. The address is 100 Holiday Drive, Englewood, Ohio 45322.

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