FLO-CORP (Flow Line Options Corp.)
FLO-CORP (Flow Line Options Corp.) is committed to providing properly selected and configured flow, level, and display products with a focus on innovation and customer service. In 1988, FLO-CORP was incorporated in the State of Ohio and started as a small distribution company. In the last five years, FLO-CORP has moved past distribution and into manufacturing our own line of products. Through manufacturing, we have gained more control over origin of product, quality, and lead times. Furthermore, FLO-CORP now has creative control in the development of new products. We can focus on adding the functionality and features that will best serve our customers. FLO-CORP’s management of quality, lead times, and innovation come together allowing us to provide more product value to our customers. We remain committed to personal customer interaction, where help can still be found without hearing an automated phone system. The FLO-CORP family is dedicated to working hard for our customers by using over three decades of combined experience in flow, level, and display. For more information, please visit www.flo-corp.com

Address

471 E. Bergey Street
Wadsworth, OH 44281
United States
Toll-free: 877-356-5463
Phone: 330-331-7331
Fax: 330-331-7172

Product Categories

Data, Loggers; Level Indicators, Radar; Recorders, Level; Meters, Flow; Meters, Level

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