LBPLBP provides customized sustainable products for quick-service and fast-casual restaurant chains.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Some companies are content with offering a standard, off-the-shelf solution for their clients’ challenges, but LBP Manufacturing LLC prefers to take a different approach. Director of Supply Chain Urszula Bailey explains that the firm is more interested in providing a customized solution that takes a holistic view to meet not only all of the customers’ needs, but delights consumers as well. 

AmerockCabinet hardware manufacturer Amerock adjusts its supply chain to succeed with e-commerce.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

An increase in e-commerce has led to a shift in how Amerock does business. Amerock manufactures hardware for both kitchen and bathroom cabinets and bath accessories. Some products are decorative while other products, such as hinges and catches, are functional.

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.  

 

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