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About Tower Automotive

-Body structural stampings and assemblies -Chassis structural stampings and assemblies, including full frames and cradles -Suspension components, modules and systems Tower International LLC is a global designer and producer of structural components and assemblies used by most major automotive vehicle manufacturers. The company's main products include body structural stampings and assemblies, chassis structural stampings and assemblies, including full frames and cradles, suspension components, modules and systems and exposed sheet metal Class A surfaces. Headquartered in Livonia, Michigan, the company generated revenues of $2.08 billion in 2012. The company currently has 39 facilities in 13 countries in North and South America, Europe and Asia. In the Automotive News global supplier ranking for 2006, the company ranked 55th.

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The interview procedure at Tower Automotive is typical. There is a basic skills assessment which covers topics including but not limited to reading, writing, articulation, and basic math. Applicants must bring their resume with them to the interview. Some applicants go through a email screening prior to progressing to an in person interview. Current employees have reported that it is important to show that you are capable of coping with stressful situations, working in a fast paced environment, have a flexible schedule, and collaborating with colleagues. Once through the interview process, all new employees are required to go through a formal training.