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For Bill Coats, working in the aloe vera industry for 49 years has been more play than work. “It’s fun,” he declares. “I enjoy working with people and solving problems. Some of the problems are life threatening.” Coats is the owner of Dallas-based Coats Aloe International Inc., which manufactures skin, body and hair care products and OTC drugs from aloe vera leaves, including creams, lotions, jellies and beverages.

When it comes to his company’s cement manufacturing operations, Ken Wiltshire isn’t content with merely satisfying the status quo. “I’ve always wanted to improve and produce a higher-quality result and a more effective result in terms of cost and efficiency,” says Wiltshire, the operations manager for Kingston, Jamaica-based Caribbean Cement Co. The company is a member of the TCL Group, which operates a total of three cement plants in Jamaica, Trinidad and Barbados.

Bertram Yacht Inc. says, “Live the legend,” and the company means it. There are few organizations in the world that have Bertram’s history. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the company was born out of the legendary Moppie boat that was designed by C. Raymond Hunt for Richard Bertram to run in the Miami-Nassau race. Named after Bertram’s wife, the yacht set a course record of eight hours flat, finishing two hours ahead of the second-place boat, in windy, less than favorable conditions with 6-foot waves. 

Annandale Millwork Allied Systems is continuing to build on its tradition of innovation. From its origins in 1952 to today, the company has embraced new products and new technologies. “Our company principle is to be innovators and to always practice the idea of continuous improvement,” says Gene Frogale, president of the Winchester, Va.-based company. “We don’t want to rest on our laurels, we want to be a value leader in the marketplace.”

From the moment he first jumped out of an airplane at the age of 20, Elek Puskas knew skydiving would be a major part of his life. “I had the desire to do a parachute jump from as far back as I can remember,” says Puskas, the CEO of Airborne Systems Group, one of the world’s leading parachute manufacturers. 

As an electronic contract manufacturer, SVTronics faces a lot of competition in the marketplace. In addition to providing state-of-the-art electronic manufacturing and engineering services, the company strives to excel beyond its products by focusing on its services. “The idea is for companies like us to focus and let our customers focus on our individual core expertise,” President Jasmat Sutaria explains. 

When people see a Renegade motorcoach cruising down the interstate, they usually ask themselves “What kind of coach is that?” knowing it is not an average RV. The Bristol, Ind.-based manufacturer aims to build real quality and fit and finish into its recreational vehicles.

When Orchid Orthopedic Solutions COO Matt Burba joined the firm in 2005, he set out to not only develop a leadership team that embraces lean manufacturing principles, but also to create a corporate culture founded on these methodologies, as well. “A major focus in the lean community these days is creating a lean management team,” Burba says. “The idea is to create an organization and system that can culturally sustain a lean operation.”

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