Ray Gutierrez, President – CEO
Commercial Lumber and Pallet Company, Inc.
City of Industry, California
We are looking upon 2015 to have many challenges and opportunities. The challenges, in our estimate, will continue to be the sourcing of raw material, the acquisition of good dependable labor, and the rising costs of insurance, energy and overall maintenance expenses. Facing these challenges indicates that we are anticipating growth in 2015 and how we plan to address that growth, thus the opportunities.
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The Goal of Commercial Lumber and Pallet Company, Inc. is to provide you with utmost in product quality, customer service, and reliability at all times. We will do this by maintaining our versatility, by empowering all employees involved with the knowledge necessary to maintain quality, by continuing our team approach to all issues involving your company, and by providing an open line of communication at all times. Lastly, Commercial Lumber and Pallet Company, Inc., and all of our employees, will remain dedicated to servicing your needs and assisting you achieve your goals at all times.
The Right Stuff: Pallet industry leaders share insights on what works when it comes to recruiting good employees and retaining top producers.
Pallet industry leaders share insights on what works when it comes to recruiting good employees and retaining top producers.
Kathleen Dietrich, operations manager at Commercial Lumber and Pallet Company, answers questions from the Pallet Enterprise about working in the industry.
Kathleen Dietrich is the operations manager at Commercial Lumber and Pallet Company, a wooden pallet manufacturer with locations in City of Industry and Beaumont, Calif.
City of Industry, California As part of its broad commitment to the corporate social responsibility, Commercial Lumber and Pallet Company announced today it has meet Sustainable Forestry Initiative© (SFI) lumber sourcing requirements at its City of Industry location.
The SFI certified sourcing label tells consumers at least two-thirds of Commercial Lumber and Pallet Company’s lumber comes from a company certified to the procurement requirements of the SFI 2010-2014 Standard, a third party certified forest and/or from pre- or post-consumer recycled sources. There is also a risk assessment of any raw material from outside of North America to avoid controversial sources such as illegal logging operations.
Western Pallet Association taps new board of directors including many well-known industry leaders.
A record attendance at the annual WPA meeting chose a new slate of officers for the coming year. The new WPA executive committee includes Kathleen Dietrich of Commercial Lumber and Pallet as president, Ryan Stearns of Atlas Pallet Company as vice president, and Tom Worthen of Wasatch Pallet as secretary/treasurer.
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Betting on Safety: Faced with rising costs for workers compensation insurance, Commercial Lumber & Pallet changes its approach to insurance and ramps up safety efforts.
Facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in insurance premium increases, Commercial Lumber & Pallet (CLP) made the risky leap from the state fund to a large deductible insurance plan. At the same time, the company ramped up safety programs. What once looked like a big gamble has resulted in major savings and safety improvements for this City of Industry, Calif. pallet company.
Viking automated pallet nailing machines fuel pallet assembly operations at Commercial Lumber & Pallet and new affiliate, Priority Pallets.
BEAUMONT, California—When the time was right for Commercial Lumber & Pallet (CLP) to expand, president and CEO Ray Gutierrez went the route of forming a subsidiary. He launched Priority Pallets in 2000.
Commercial Lumber & Pallet Enjoys Growth with Subsidiary: Viking Nailing Machines Fuel Pallet Assembly at CLC, Priority Pallets
Viking automated pallet nailing machines fuel pallet assembly operations at Commercial Lumber & Pallet and Priority Pallets.