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Oregon's Private 150

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Monday, July 09, 2012
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Oregon's Private 150
Page 2
Ranks 1-30
Ranks 31-60
Ranks 61-90
Ranks 91-120
Ranks 121-150
2012 2011 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR / TOTAL EMPLOYEES YEAR
EST
DESCRIPTION
MORE THAN $1 BILLION (ANNUAL REVENUE)
1 1 JELD-WEN
Klamath Falls
541-882-3451
jeld-wen.com
Philip Orsino
President
2,500
20,000
1960 Manufactures windows and doors
2 10 Hoffman Corporation
Portland
503-221-8811
hoffmancorp.com
Wayne Drinkward
President and CEO
266
531
1922 Construction management/general contractor
3 2 Knowledge Universe/U.S.
Portland
503-872-1300
kueducation.com/us
Tom Wyatt
CEO
1,305
30,930
1983 Provides early childhood education and care
4 4 ODS Health
Portland
503-228-6554
odscompanies.com
Robert G. Gootee
CEO
1,007
1,015
1991 Provides medical health insurance
5 5 EPIC Aviation
Salem
866-501-3742
epicaviationllc.com
Max Narro
President
87
110
1939 Distributes aviation fuel
6 7 ESCO Corporation
Portland
503-228-2141
escocorp.com
Calvin W. Collins
CEO
1,044
5,541
1913 Designs, develops, manufactures parts for surface mining, aerospace, etc.
$1 BILLION — $250 MILLION
7 8 Roseburg Forest Products
Roseburg
541-679-3311
rfpco.com
Allyn C. Ford
CEO
2,078
2,662
1936 Wood products manufacturer
8 6 Evergreen Holdings
McMinnville
503-472-9361
evergreenaviation.com
Delford M. Smith
Chairman
455
2,049
1960 Aviation company
9 (TIE) 12 Hampton Affiliates
Portland
503-297-7691
hamptonaffiliates.com
Steven J. Zika
CEO
600
1,550
1942 Lumber company
9 (TIE) 14 Reser's Fine Foods
Beaverton
503-643-6431
resers.com
Mark Reser
President
500
5,000
1959 Manufactures and distributes food products
11 9 Western Family Foods
Portland
503-639-6300
westernfamily.com
Ron King
President and CEO
70
71
1963 Supplies grocery stores with products
12 11 Bi-Mart Corporation
Eugene
541-344-0681
bimart.com
Marty W. Smith
Chairman and CEO
3,300
3,300
1955 Discount membership retailer
13 13 Columbia Distributing
Portland
503-289-9600
coldist.com
Gregg Christiansen
CEO
1,214
2,366
1935 Distributor of beer and nonalcoholic beverages
14 15 M Financial Group
Portland
503-232-6960
mfin.com
Fred H. Jonske
President and CEO
200
200
1978 Financial services
15 17 R.B. Pamplin Corporation
Portland
503-248-1133
pamplin.org
Robert B. Pamplin Jr.
Chairman, Pres., CEO
1,000
4,600
1957 Four construction-related subsidiaries, 17 textile factories, 17 newspapers, two radio stations
16 16 Integra Telecom
Portland
503-453-8000
integratelecom.com
Kevin O'Hara
CEO
604
1,957
1996 Provides business telephone, Internet services
17 21 Ron Tonkin Dealerships
Portland
503-255-4100
tonkin.com
Ronald B. Tonkin
President
729
737
1960 Auto dealer
18 18 C&K Market
Brookings
541-469-3113
ckmarket.com
Greg Sandeno
President and CEO
954
1,470
1967 Retail supermarkets
19 22 Carson Oil Co.
Portland
503-224-8500
carsonoil.com
Lance C. Woodbury
CEO
243
245
1957 Petroleum products and services
20 20 Harry & David Holdings
Medford
877-322-1200
harryanddavid.com
Craig Johnson
CEO
1,412
2,051
1910 Fruit, vegetables, flowers and gourmet products
21 58 Vigor Industrial
Portland
503-285-1111
vigorindustrial.net
Frank J. Foti
CEO
700
1,500
1987 Marine and industrial services
22 NR Lanphere Enterprises
Beaverton
503-643-5577
buybob.com
Robert D. Lanphere
Board chair and owner
438
539
1968 Retailers of automobiles and motorcycles
23 26 WSCO Petroleum Corp.
Portland
503-243-2929
wscopetroleum.com
R.W. Dyke
CEO
350
470
1970 Real estate investment company
24 27 A-dec
Newberg
503-538-9471
a-dec.com
Scott Parrish
President
986
986
1964 Manufacturer of dental equipment
25 24 Paccess
Portland
503-230-4890
paccessglobal.com
Harve J. Bellos
CEO
62
181
1995 Service provider to paper, packaging, sourcing industries
26 37 Farwest Steel Corporation
Eugene
541-686-2000
farweststeel.com
Pat Eagen
President and CEO
300
625
1956 Processor, fabricator, distributor of carbon steel products
27 23 R2C Group
Portland
503-222-0025
r2cgroup.com
Michelle Cardinal and Tim O'Leary
Cofounders
93
185
1998 Media company
28 35 TEC Equipment
Portland
503-285-7667
tectrucks.com
David A. Thompson
President and CEO
255
626
1976 Truck dealership group
29 25 Andersen Construction
Portland
503-283-6712
andersen-const.com
David Andersen
President
288
325
1950 Construction manager/general contractor
30 31 Walsh Construction Co.
Portland
503-222-4375
walshconstructionco.com
Robert S. Walsh
President
207
324
1961 Construction manager/general contractor

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0 #1 CriteriaGuest 2012-08-20 17:16:08
What are the criteria for the Top 150 Private businesses?
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+1 #2 EditorGuest 2012-08-20 17:26:23
Companies are ranked by annual revenue. Only those private companies that send Oregon Business their financials are used in the ranking.
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0 #3 TimelineGuest 2012-08-20 18:39:03
Thank you for the quick response. When is the financial information gathered or submitted?
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0 #4 Research EditorGuest 2012-08-20 19:28:45
we survey for the Private 150 in April and May. To get in our database, you can submit your company's current information here:
http://www.oregonbusiness.com/component/chronocontact/?chronoformname=Private150

We have surveys for other lists here as well:
http://www.oregonbusiness.com/powerlist-forms

Or feel free to email me your company's contact info here:
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0 #5 labor policiesGuest 2013-04-25 02:51:07
Landmark ford is on your list. I have a problem with that companies policies. They terminate employees before they use their earned vacation. After terminating them they only pay half of the earned vacation for previous year. They do not even consider time worked is current year. They also only pay holiday pay if holiday falls on work day. If it falls on day off, they do not pay the extra holiday pay. I know that these are legal, but very cheap and inconsiderate to the people that work hard for that company.
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