Powertrain Industries, Inc

About Powertrain Industries, Inc

Since 1968 Powertrain Industries has been involved in the specialized field of driveshaft repair and manufacturing. With humble beginnings in Southern California as a 3 person driveshaft machine shop, PTI employs over 100 staff in 4 states and produced in excess of 80,000 driveshafts last year for the automotive, truck, and other specialized industries. In 2020, PTI joined with Dorman Products to become the premier supplier of aftermarket driveshafts offering over 4,000 unique shafts. PTI and Dorman continue to grow with innovative solutions for power transmission.

Dorman Products

Since 1918, we have been the automotive aftermarket’s pioneering problem solvers. We have released thousands of parts and components that people could once only buy from original equipment manufacturers. By always innovating, we have led the way in growing the aftermarket, providing more opportunity to individuals and businesses who depend on automotive maintenance. That’s why our catalog includes more than 80,000 products and grows every year.

What makes us distinct from other aftermarket companies is our customer-first mindset. Everything we do is centered around providing customer value, both in the quality of our products, and the creativity of our solutions. Our engineers and designers go out of their way to save repair technicians time, and save vehicle owners money.

The engine that powers us is our Culture of Contribution. We empower and celebrate new ideas throughout our organization, because that just means we have more ways to solve problems. Our family-run roots give us a spirit of entrepreneurship that accelerates our speed and agility. This is a rare combination in a fast-growing, global enterprise that makes Dorman a special place to work.


Manufacturing Engineering Intern

June 2021 - August 2021 Reno, NV
“I liked the opportunity to experience manufacturing first hand. Operating CNC and automated processes was super fun while still being in a industrial and blue collar environment. Being able to move from being a hand on the floor to carrying out actual improvements to the manufacturing process was exciting.”
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