The Private 150: Bigger But Leaner

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Friday, July 11, 2014

 

RANK
2014
RANK
2013
COMPANY WEB ADDRESS SENIOR EXECUTIVE  TOTAL
EMPLOYEES 
OREGON EMPLOYEES  YEAR ESTABLISHED  DESCRIPTION
$75 MILLION - $100 MILLION
70 74 Landmark Ford Lincoln landmarkford.com Jim Corliss 198 196 1979 Auto dealer
71 71 NAVEX Global navexglobal.com Shanti Atkins and Bon Conlin 446 172 1999 Ethics and compliance software provider
72 95 Morrow Equipment Company morrow.com Christian Chalupny 344 60 1968 Distributor of tower cranes
73 99 Viewpoint Construction Software viewpointcs.com Benjamin Ertischek 464 228 1976 Software provider for construction companies
74 66 Northwest Pump & Equipment Co. nwpump.com Gregg Miller 299 147 1959 Sales and service of petroleum, industrial and car wash equipment
TIE 75 70 McDonald Wholesale Co. mcdonaldwhsl.com Gary Thomsen 117 116 1928 Institutional foodservice wholesaler
TIE 75 78 Rodda Paint Co. roddapaint.com Bill Boone 317 161 1932 Paint manufacturer
77 76 LCG Pence Construction lcgpence.com Terry Loerke, Paul Schulz, Dave Hays 60 60 1949 Commercial general contractor
78 NR Deschutes Brewery deschutesbrewery.com Gary Fish 403 351 1988 Brewery
79 115 Bookbyte bookbyte.com Bryan Hockett 65 65 1999 Online retailer of new and used textbooks
80 86 Walter E. Nelson Company walterenelson.com Michael E. Nelson 405 320 1945 Janitorial and paper supply distributer


 

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