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When it comes to outdoor recreation during the blazing summer months, taking a dip in family pool is at the forefront of revelers’ minds. What is often ignored, however, is the upkeep and maintenance required to keep pools clean for use all summer long.
Viking Pools LLC is championing the use of fiberglass pools over similar products, and consumers are beginning to see the light. President Tom Straub says its American-made fiberglass pools are clean, efficient and won’t eat up invaluable hours of summertime fun with maintenance needs. Straub says.
Products sold in vending machines change with the trends and fads consumers demand year after year. Over the last five decades, Vendors Exchange International Inc. has made it its mission to give owners of vending machines new and innovative ways to display products in their machines and attract consumers to them instead of traditional stores.
With five distinct brands serving a variety of public and private sector clients and a track record that includes 200,000 projects completed in North America for more than 20 years, USA SHADE & Fabric Structures Inc. has staked out a dominant place in the shade and fabric structure industry.
While USA SHADE's size and capabilities give it the ability to stand next to large, multinational companies, its internal culture is more akin to that of a smaller, tight-knit business.
Restaurants, data records storage centers, industrial plants and facilities for computer servers are all businesses that don’t have a ton in common, except for one major aspect. All of their owners require each operation to be kept safe so they can continue operating successfully. Sanderson Safety Supply Co. works with businesses such as these, offering loss-control products for safety, health, fire and environmental protection. With Sanderson Safety handling these critical aspects of clients’ operations, its clients have the freedom to focus on their core competencies.
Quality Park Products took its name from the area where it operated when the business was founded in 1919. “Quality Park” was the name of the area around University and Syndicate avenues in St. Paul, Minn., where the company got started in a 100,000-square-foot facility. The company’s name, however, is not simply a nod to pride in its original location. For nearly a century, Quality Park Products has worked to demonstrate that it reflects the “quality” in its name in all it does.
After more than nine decades, Kolmar Laboratories Inc. has become one of North America’s largest custom formulator and manufacturer of color cosmetic and personal care products. But a company does not achieve such a high status without hard work or innovation.
President and CEO Rob Edmonds says Kolmar certainly has done its share. For instance, the firm was one of the first to realize the importance of product quality and integrity to brand owners.
Catfish has been a popular food for hundreds of years in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa, often grilled or fried. It is considered a delicacy in some cultures and many value it for its health properties. But not all catfish is created equal, and Haring Catfish Enterprises strives to bring the very best to the market. Since its inception in 1954, this family business has been cultivating the highest standards in catfish farming, promising a delicious product that ensures repeat customers.
Buffalo Gap Instrumentation and Electrical (BGI&E) Co. Inc. was founded in 1987 in Buffalo Gap, Texas. Over the last 25 years, it has provided a safe work environment for its workers and high-quality work for a diverse group of clients.
The company initially concentrated on serving the oil, natural gas, petrochemical, refining and pipeline industries. Then, in 2001, BGI&E ventured into the commercial side of its industry and diversified its portfolio, splitting it into industrial and commercial divisions. Broadening its services in this way allowed the company to grow its business.