The Private 150: Bigger But Leaner

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Articles - July/August 2014
Friday, July 11, 2014

 

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COMPANY WEB ADDRESS SENIOR EXECUTIVE  TOTAL
EMPLOYEES 
OREGON EMPLOYEES  YEAR ESTABLISHED  DESCRIPTION
MORE THAN $1 BILLION
1 1 JELD-WEN jeld-wen.com Kirk Hachigian 20000 2500 1960 Manufacturer of windows and doors
2 NR Forest City Trading Group fctg.com  Craig Johnston 400 135 1964 Forest products marketing firm
3 2 Hoffman Corporation hoffmancorp.com Wayne Drinkward 457 366 1922 General contracting firm
4 4 Moda Health modahealth.com Robert G. Gootee 1381 1333 1991 Provider of dental and medical insurance plans
5 NR Les Schwab Tire Centers lesschwab.com Dick Borgman 6500 1600 1952 Tire store
6 3 Knowledge Universe – United States kueducation.com/us Tom Wyatt 31000 1051 1983 Early education provider
7 7 Hampton Affiliates hamptonaffiliates.com Steven J. Zika 1400 680 1942 Forest products firm
8 5 ESCO Corporation escocorp.com Calvin W. Collins 4700 840 1913 Developer and manufacturer of wear parts
9 9 Roseburg Forest Products roseburg.com Allyn C. Ford 2850 2239 1936 Forest products firm
10 7 Reser's Fine Foods resers.com Mark Reser 5000 500 1959 Manufacturer of refrigerated food brands to restuarants and supermarkets
11 6 EPIC Aviation epicaviationllc.com Bill Conley 98 78 1939 Aviation fuel supplier


 

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