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Lowell Manufacturing Company Welcomes Third Generation to the Family Business

Lowell Manufacturing Company, founded 1947, is an American manufacturer of professional AV products, including audio, rack, and power components.

Lowell Manufacturing Company, announces Thomas Lowell as a process engineer, son of Tom Lowell, purchasing manager.

Thomas Lowell, with a Bachelor of Engineering and experience in good manufacturing practice, aims to enhance process quality, safety, and efficiency at Lowell Manufacturing.

Founded in 1947, Lowell Manufacturing Company, an American manufacturer of professional AV products, is pleased to announce that Thomas Lowell has joined the company as a process engineer. Thomas is the son of Tom Lowell, one of the owners of the company who also serves as the purchasing manager.

Thomas Lowell brings a Bachelor of Engineering degree, as well as experience authoring good manufacturing practice (GMP) documents at a Fortune 100 company. His focus at Lowell Manufacturing will be to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of processes as he designs and implements procedures that drive scalability and repeatability within all areas of production.

“I am very excited and proud to be joining the Lowell Manufacturing team,” said Thomas. “There is tremendous value in working for a family business . . . (Lowell is) a business

that cares deeply for its employees and customers and one that maintains a high standard of quality and integrity. I am thrilled to be a part of it.”

Lowell Manufacturing Company celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2022. As third generation family members join the business, the company plans to broaden its legacy of developing quality, American-made products for the professional audio-visual trade by expanding to accommodate new markets. The lineup of 19-inch equipment racks, Rackware® accessories, AC power distribution, and audio distribution products is set to include a line of data racks in several styles and sizes, as well as a variety of specialty products manufactured for customers on an OEM basis.



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