An annual program since 1990, the WOOD 100 pays tribute to the achievements of secondary wood products manufacturers. The list below recognizes the production and custom woodworking companies that, throughout the years (indicated) have shared their strategies for success. To read more on the WOOD 100, click here. #: 5-Acre: 17
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – Are you a successful North American manufacturer of furniture, cabinetry, store fixtures, architectural woodwork, closet systems or other secondary wood and panel products, and looking for exposure for your company?
LINCOLNSHIRE, IL – Manufacturers of furniture, cabinetry, store fixtures, architectural woodwork and other secondary wood and panel products are invited to submit entry forms for the 26th annual WOOD 100, an exclusive report that details the production, marketing and service strategies used to help grow business.
Organization is key to developing an effective marketing plan. Whether it’s growing their own businesses, or helping franchises market theirs, these WOOD 100 firms are experts at promoting their goods and services.
While it can be challenging enough to market your own business, it takes a special skill set to help dealers also market theirs. A supplier of custom cabinetry and home organization systems since its inception in 1995, Organizers Direct markets its products and design services through a network of qualified dealers.
The future is bright for Tischlerei Fine Woodworking. A manufacturer of custom cabinetry and millwork, the company sells its products through kitchen and bath dealers in the Midwest.
There’s no countering the fact that these savvy WOOD 100 marketers continue to find ways to reach customers while separating themselves from their competitors.
Decore-ative Specialties made news when it "streamlined" its custom cabinet components manufacturing and ordering with the innovative go-to-market strategy.
THE REBOUND CONTINUES, as evidenced by the success of these North American wood products manufacturers. The following pages illustrate the strategies put in place by this year’s WOOD 100 class, as they continue to survive — and thrive — in today’s economy.
The path to success is not the same for every wood products company. Business strategies used by this year’s WOOD 100 range from outsourcing to insourcing, to expansions and training of workers.