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Zip-Pak’s business thrives on long-term relationships with its customers, and Peruplast is one client with which Zip-Pak enjoys a close relationship. Based in Lima, Peru, Peruplast supplies a vast customer base and diverse industries with cartons, labels and other containers for a range of frozen food, personal care, cleaning and chemical products. Director of Zip-Pak South America Alejandro Grauer explains Peruplast stands out in the Zip-Pak operation due to the way Peruplast partners with its vendors.
With its family ownership, The Warmington Group enjoys many advantages over other homebuilders, President and CEO Jim Warmington Jr. says. Along with having the ability to make decisions quickly, “The family’s reputation has also allowed us to get access to many sellers and opportunities,” he says.
The Costa Mesa, Calif.-based firm has a history in construction going back more than 85 years, Warmington says. The Warmington Group began as a custom homebuilder in Los Angeles and constructed estate homes for many celebrities, including actors Claudette Colbert, Henry Fonda, Tyrone Power and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
As it applies to the business world, Darwin’s concept of “survival of the fittest” finds its most perfect expression in California’s Silicon Valley. Riding the bleeding-edge of technology is the surest path to success, and only those companies that can recognize the trends and adapt quickly are able to outpace the slow, plodding dinosaurs that have only size and strength as their advantages. RGB Networks CEO and Chairman Jef Graham says the ability to adapt has helped the company get ahead of many industry giants and will continue to serve it well as the market continues to change.
Founded in 1975 with a single lunchbag manufacturing machine and a 5,000-square-foot warehouse, Metro Paper Industries (MPI) today has two manufacturing businesses – one with a production capacity of more than 35,000 tons of paper annually, and the other with 31 converting lines, a production capacity of more than 7 million cases of table napkins, towels and tissue and 1 million square feet of warehouse and manufacturing space.
Everyone is familiar with the popular image of lei greetings at Hawaiian airports. This image is burned in the mind of people whether they’ve visited the island or not. In reality, Honolulu International Airport (HNL) strives to bring this legendary aloha spirit to life for every passenger who walks through its doors.
Greenpoint Technologies could argue that every year is its year, and the same goes for 2012. That argument, however, isn’t based on what’s to come but on the groundwork that has already been laid. Year after year, this completion center makes strategic investments aimed at hitting long-term goals. In 2011 and heading into 2012, the company reached and positions itself to reach many of its targets, some that were established more than four years ago.
Investing in a home is often seen as a cornerstone of the American dream. In Texas, Gehan Homes has for decades been building and selling stylish new homes that are competitively priced and fit the individual needs of the company’s buyers.
“We have about 50 model homes around the state and use conventional and sophisticated means to bring traffic into those sites,” CEO Tim Gehan says. “People find us, and we do a good portion of our business through realtors. In Texas, a lot of homebuyer decisions are driven by the quality of school district, and we evaluate that to be sure our properties are in desirable communities.”
In the construction industry since 1970, Forino Co. President Tony Forino knows you have to stay flexible to be in the business for the long run. That flexibility has enabled his company to shift its game plan for residential homebuilding and take on additional municipal business to keep his employees busy.
“We’ve changed our game plan for our industry, where we do a lot of the work ourselves,” Forino points out.