Rocky BrandsRocky Brands transforms its supply chain with reprioritizing and employee help.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

Rocky Brands designs and manufactures footwear for outdoors, work, western, military and duty. The company’s brands include Rocky, Georgia Boot, Durango, Lehigh and Michelin. Rocky Brands sells wholesale and online retail with some business to business sales. Whirlpool, for example, buys Lehigh footwear from Rocky Brands for its employees.

Oil DriOil-Dri Corporation of America gets back to the basics in its supply chain to prepare for future growth. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Oil-Dri Corporation of America focuses on its customers and delivers what they need, which is why it has commanded market share in many of businesses for more than 75 years. “Our company is prospering in this current economic climate with the strategy of best product, best service with the lowest cost,” COO Molly VandenHeuvel says. “That is a strategy that will withstand all economic climates – keeping the customer and consumer needs first.”

TorsionTorsion Group is making capital investments to expand its manufacturing and distribution capabilities. 

By Kat Zeman, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

A value-added distributor and manufacturer of commercial and residential garage door parts and accessories, Torsion Group is making improvements to its distribution process and manufacturing capabilities this year.  

NutraIntegrity and win-win situations make for a successful supply chain at Nutra Manufacturing.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Nutra Manufacturing is a contract manufacturer and private labeler of dietary supplements. The company has facilities in Greenville and Anderson, S.C. that total 950,000-square feet. Nutra manufactures dietary supplement as tablets, capsule and soft gelatin in cartons, multi pill sachets or blister packs. The company manufactures, stores, packages and distributes more than 11,000 custom dosage formulations per year.

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Customer and supplier intimacy allow Astronics AES to maintain quality while solving complex issues in the aerospace market. 

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

 

Airlines today not only want to get passengers to their destination quickly and safety, but also keep them comfortable while doing so. As a result, airlines look to aerospace OEMS to provide planes that are safe, but also to provide useful features that aid the passenger journey. Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems (AES) is a key partner to these manufacturers, supplying airframe manufacturers and airlines with in-seat power products that provide the flying public with a greater value for their travel dollars. Further, Astronics AES approaches its work with a collaborative spirit and innovation, which has made it a leader in its field for nearly 50 years. 

ARLANXEO 01ARLANXEO remains a leader in high-performance rubber products by investing in its systems and supply chain.

By Staci Davidson

Major corporate mergers and acquisitions can provide strength to a company, but also can put an operation in flux as all the combined players figure out the best way to work together. Even so, business must go on. ARLANXEO understands all of this well, and is using its combined strengths to remain a world-leading synthetic rubber company, while investing in its supply chain to expand even further. 

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Hankook Tire America Corp. supports the global operation by finding unique solutions to market challenges.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

Hankook Tire is known for finding unique ways to increase its market strength, and it has deployed these techniques since its inception in 1941 in Korea. Additionally, the company’s entrepreneurial spirit has been its driving growth, and it is widely recognized as the first tire company to benefit from economies of scale and a global supply system. Today, Hankook Tire has customers in six continents and more than 180 countries, and can respond quickly to customer demand by maximizing productivity and efficiency throughout its global supply chain. 

 

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