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Articles - July/August 2012
Monday, July 09, 2012
2012 2011 COMPANY
CITY
PHONE
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXEC
TITLE
OR / TOTAL EMPLOYEES YEAR
EST
DESCRIPTION
$75 MILLION — $50 MILLION continued
91 105 Independent Dispatch
Portland
503-285-4251
independentdispatch.com
Gregory Gilbert, Michael Gilbert
President, Chairman/CEO
68
74
1980 Intermodal marketing company
92 122 Perlo Construction
Portland
503-624-2090
perlo.biz
Jeff Perala and Gayland Looney
Owners
46
46
1986 General contractor
93 106 North Pacific Management
Portland
503-425-1500
northp.com
Kevin White
CEO
262
535
1982 Real estate and hospitality
94 102 Walter E. Nelson Company
Portland
503-285-3037
walterenelson.com
Michael E. Nelson
CEO
295
365
1954 Wholesale janitorial, paper and packaging supplies
95 100 S.B. Inc.
Harrisburg
541-995-7751
shermantrucking.com
Bart Sherman
CEO and President
322
436
1970 Transports and brokers steel, building materials, flat glass, chemicals and heavy machinery
96 116 P&C Construction Co.
Portland
503-665-0165
builtbypandc.com
Steve Malany
President
90
90
1961 General contractor
97 107 The Portland Clinic
Portland
503-221-0161
theportlandclinic.com
J. Michael Schwab
CEO
502
502
1921 Full-service medical clinic
98 112 Alpenrose Dairy
Portland
503-244-1133
alpenrose.com
Carl Cadonau Jr.
Co-President
126
126
1916 Food manufacturer
99 125 Virtual Supply dba Earl & Brown Co.
Beaverton
503-670-1170
earlbrown.com
Chuck Taylor
President and CEO
21
25
1994 Wholesale distributor and Internet-fulfillment supplier of consumer electronics products
100 103 States Industries
Eugene
541-688-7871
statesind.com
Mike Taylor
President and COO
305
335
1964 Manufactures and finishes decorative hardwood plywood panels
101 NR Smith Frozen Foods Inc.
Weston
541-566-3515
smithfrozenfoods.com
Kelly W. Brown
President
800
800
1936 Processing, freezing and packaging of food
102 130 Allied Systems Company
Sherwood
503-625-2560
alliedsystems.com
Lewis A. Rink
CEO
400
410
1976 Designer and manufacturer of heavy-lift and material-handling equipment
103 118 Compview
Beaverton
503-641-8439
compview.com
Scott Birdsall
President and CEO
52
121
1987 Audio-visual systems integration
104 100 Cascade Wood Products
White City
541-826-2911
cascadewood.com
Gary D. Moore
Chairman and president
225
400
1953 Manufactures wood and plastic millwork, columns, porch posts, machinery, etc.
105 NR TraneOregon
Tigard
503-620-8031
traneoregon.com
Robert G. Davis
CEO and President
78
78
1982 Commercial and industrial HVAC products, services
106 117 Patrick Lumber Company
Portland
503-222-9671
patlbr.com
Jim Rodway
President
17
31
1915 Remanufacture and distribution of wood products
107 113 Vernier Software & Technology
Beaverton
503-277-2299
vernier.com
David Vernier
CEO
96
96
1981 Hardware and software for science, math and engineering education
LESS THAN $50 MILLION
108 NR Directors Mortgage
Lake Oswego
503-636-6000
directorsmortgage.net
Mark J. Hanna
Chairman and CEO
195
213
1998 Mortgage services in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and California
109 NR Morrow Equipment Company
Salem
503-585-5721
morrowequipment.com
Christian Chalupny
President
65
375
1968 Tower crane and hoist rental company
110 115 RE/MAX Equity Group Realtors
Portland
503-670-3000
equitygroup.com
Russell Newcomer
EVP and General manager
47
55
1984 Real estate sales, developing and building
111 NR Far West Fibers
Portland
503-643-9944
farwestfibers.com
Keith Ristau
President and CEO
180
180
1980 Recyclable processing and brokerage
112 114 Miller Nash
Portland
503-224-5858
millernash.com
Kieran Curley
Managing partner
175
249
1873 Multispecialty law firm
113 119 Henningsen Cold Storage
Hillsboro
503-531-5400
henningsen.com
Michael Henningsen Jr.
Chairman and President
62
225
1923 Food logistics and supply chain solutions
114 124 Butler Automotive Group
Ashland
541-482-2521
butlerman.com
Charles Butler Jr.
President
78
75
1976 Automotive dealer
115 122 Stash Tea**
Tigard
503-684-4482
stashtea.com
Tom Lisicki
President
75
300
1972 Mfg. and sale of specialty teas, teaware, accessories
116 NR Bend Research
Bend
541-382-4100
bendresearch.com
Rod Ray
President and CEO
244
244
1975 Pharmaceutical and health-science technologies
117 134 Coaxis
Portland
971-255-4646
coaxis.net
Benjamin Ertischek
CFO
239
234
1976 Software for the construction industry
118 127 Gorilla Capital
Eugene
541-344-7867
gorillacapital.com
John Helmick
CEO
21
43
2006 Reviews, assesses, buys distressed real estate
119 128 Dave’s Killer Bread
Milwaukie
503-335-8077
daveskillerbread.com
Glenn Dahl
President
200
200
1955 Produces NatureBake, Dave’s Killer Breads
120 NR Chambers Construction
Eugene
541-687-9445
chambersconstruction.com
David Hilles
President and CEO
55
55
1955 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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