Oregon is a wide ranging and diverse state, with many different regions, people and opinions. That’s why, when OBI recently conducted a poll, we did a larger than usual voter sample so we could compare how Oregonians in different regions of our state feel about how things are going.
It’s no surprise transportation is an important part of doing business in Oregon. We need ways to move our products into and out of the state, and within Oregon’s borders.
The 2019 Statesman Dinner was a big success! Despite obstacles that fell in our laps – like the ceiling collapse at the Portland Art Museum – we were able to rise above and dedicate a night to those who serve the state of Oregon.
Friday Oct. 4 was National Manufacturing Day, and OBI celebrated by promoting our manufacturing members all week long, from Sept. 30 to Oct. 6.
Hampton Lumber is a fourth-generation, family-owned wood products manufacturer and forestland owner, with roughly 1,700 employees.
Innovations in manufacturing abound, including open source technology, artificial intelligence, automation, robotics and 3-D printing.
Things are bright for manufacturing in Oregon. The sector is growing, increasing jobs and wages for Oregon workers.
Eberhard’s Dairy produces award-winning, milk, organic milk, buttermilk, butter, cottage cheese, sour cream, and ice cream.
Pendleton Woolen Mills creates quality products that embody craftsmanship, enrich lives and connect generations.
Deschutes Brewery brews, packages and ships craft beer to 31 states within the U.S. and to several countries.