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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
$150 MILLION — $100 MILLION continued
61 60 Capitol Auto Group
Salem
503-585-4141
capitolauto.com
R. Scott Casebeer
President
200
200
1927 Auto dealer
62 (TIE) NR Oregon Freeze Dry Inc.
Albany
541-926-6001
ofd.com
Jim Merryman
President and COO
500
500
1963 Freeze-dried food and pharmaceuticals
62 (TIE) 67 Slayden Construction Group
Stayton
503-769-1969
slayden.com
Greg Huston
President
125
137
1984 Construction services
64 73 Touchmark
Beaverton
503-646-5186
touchmark.com
Werner G. Nistler Jr.
CEO
106
1,008
1980 Develops adult communities
65 64 Bright Wood Corp.
Madras
541-475-2234
brightwood.com
Dallas R. Stovall
President and CEO
610
610
1960 Manufactures solid and engineered wood components
$100 MILLION — $75 MILLION
66 72 Oregon Iron Works
Clackamas
503-653-6300
oregoniron.com
Robert Beal
CEO
400
400
1945 Fabrication and manufacturing
67 66 Northwest Pump & Equipment Co.
Portland
503-227-7867
nwpump.com
Gregg Miller
President
100
300
1959 Sales/service of petroleum equipment, industrial pumps and compressors
68 81 Combined Transport
Central Point
541-826-7586
combinedtransport.com
Michael S. Card
President
270
463
1980 Transports building materials, lumber, flat glass, etc.
69 75 Freres Lumber Co.
Lyons
503-859-2121
frereslumber.com
Robert Freres
Chairman and CEO
400
400
1922 Manufactures and distributes softwood veneer, plywood and lumber products
70 78 Tripwire
Portland
503-276-7500
tripwire.com
James B. Johnson
CEO
180
300
1997 IT security software
71 82 Leatherman Tool Group
Portland
503-253-7826
leatherman.com
Jake Nichol
President and CEO
499
508
1983 Designs and manufactures multipurpose tools, knives, flashlights
72 99 McDonald Wholesale Co.
Eugene
541-345-8421
mcdonaldwhsl.com
Gary Thomsen
President and CEO
119
120
1928 Institutional food wholesaler
73 85 Arbor Custom Homes
Beaverton
503-641-7342
arborhomes.com
Dennis Sackhoff
President
61
61
1988 Homebuilder and developer
74 84 South Coast Lumber Co. & Affiliates
Brookings
541-469-2136
socomi.com
Ronald T. Fallert
CEO
386
386
1950 Manufactures wood products
75 79 Oregon Canadian Forest Products
North Plains
503-647-5011
ocfp.com
Wayne Holm
Chairman
125
170
1977 Manufactures and distributes clear lumber products
76 87 Landmark Ford Lincoln
Tigard
503-639-1131
landmarkford.com
Jim Corliss
President
194
196
1979 Auto dealer
77 91 DSU Peterbilt & GMC
Portland
503-285-7771
dsutrucks.com
Jan Yost
CEO
145
175
1945 Vehicle dealer
78 77 Allegro Media Group
Portland
503-257-8480
allegromediagroup.com
Joseph Micallef
CEO
81
173
1981 Media company
79 83 LCG Pence Construction
Portland
503-252-3802
lcgpence.com
Bob Hill
CEO
77
77
1949 General contractor
80 88 Royal Moore Auto Center
Hillsboro
503-648-1153
royalmoore.com
Royal Moore II
President
111
131
1967 Auto dealer
81 93 Sunset Porsche Audi
Beaverton
503-641-8600
sunsetporscheaudi.com
Rob Roseta
Managing partner
98
98
1980 Authorized/franchise auto dealer
82 80 Guaranty RV
Junction City
541-998-2333
guaranty.com
Herbert N. Nill
Owner and Dealer
250
250
1967 Full-line dealer
$75 MILLION — $50 MILLION
83 86 R&H Construction
Portland
503-228-7177
rhconst.com
John Bradley
CEO
168
168
1979 Commercial general contractor projects
84 NR Rodda Paint Co.
Portland
503-521-4300
roddapaint.com
Bill Boone
President and COO
161
317
1932 Manufacturer of paint products
85 91 Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt
Portland
503-222-9981
schwabe.com
David F. Bartz Jr.
President
295
376
1892 Law firm
86 129 Greenberry Industrial
Corvallis
541-757-8458
greenberry.com
Jason Pond
President and CEO
285
385
1974 Industrial general constructor and fabricator
87 76 Shilo Inns
Portland
503-641-6565
shiloinns.com
Christopher Campbell
CEO and CFO
700
1,357
1974 Hospitality company
88 95 West One Automotive Group
Portland
503-701-9056
hertznw.com
Ted Anderson
Chairman of the Board
198
247
1976 Vehicle sales and rentals
89 110 Rogers Machinery Company
Portland
503-639-0808
rogers-machinery.com
Walter Novak, George Schmeltzer
Chairman/CEO, President
113
202
1949 Manufacturer of rotating equipment systems
90 96 All About TRAVEL dba All About HAWAII
Tigard
503-598-0100
allabouthawaii.com
Buddy Mayes
CEO
65
75
1980 Provides vacation packages

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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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