Commercial Lumber & Pallet Enjoys Growth with Subsidiary

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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.

“Priority Pallets was established so that Commercial Lumber & Pallets could continue to grow,” said Kathleen Dietrich, vice president of Priority Pallets and operations manager of CLP. “We needed (Priority) to be able to do more for customers.” Expansion by the creation of a subsidiary enabled the company to obtain more business from its Fortune 500 customers.

Business growth and space limitations at CLP were the main reasons that prompted Ray to launch Priority Pallets.

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