Get to Know Our Members

Oregon Business & Industry (OBI) is the state’s largest general business association, with more than 1,600 members from all industries and regions of Oregon. Our member profiles offer an in-depth look at the businesses that make up OBI and why they value their membership with us. From the Willamette and Rogue valleys, to the Cascades, to the high desert, we are proud to represent Oregon’s diverse business community.

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WELCOME AUGUST 2021 NEW MEMBERS

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Wine by Joe

The art of running a wine business and the craft of winemaking are works in constant progress. It requires craftsmanship, curiosity, innovation and the careful balance of new world thinking and tradition. We respect our roots but are unafraid to take risks. We are proud to be rooted in tradition but unbound by convention.

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Albina Head Start

Through their OBI membership, Albina Head Start was able to utilize the Worker Safety Fund grant from SAIF during the pandemic to increase safety measures and personal protective equipment, and now, as students plan their return to the facility, families can rest assured their children are safe from the COVID-19 virus.

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Pride Disposal

Pride Disposal provides innovative solid waste and recycling services for homes and businesses in the Sherwood, Tigard, King City, Beaverton, Durham, Hillsboro, and Washington County communities.

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Vigor

Tour Vigor in Portland, OR as part of Oregon Business & Industry’s annual Celebrating Manufacturers event. See for yourself how manufacturing powers our economy and supports our local communities.

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Ponderosa Forge & Ironworks

Tour Ponderosa Forge & Ironworks in Sisters, OR as part of Oregon Business & Industry’s annual Celebrating Manufacturers event. See for yourself how manufacturing powers our economy and supports our local communities.

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Walmart

Walmart Inc. helps people around the world and across Oregon, save money and live better – anytime and anywhere – in retail stores, online and through their mobile devices.

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Roseburg Forest Products

Tour Roseburg in Springfield, OR as part of Oregon Business & Industry’s annual Celebrating Manufacturers event. See for yourself how manufacturing powers our economy and supports our local communities.

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A-dec, Inc.

Tour A-dec in Newberg, OR as part of Oregon Business & Industry’s annual Celebrating Manufacturers event. See for yourself how manufacturing powers our economy and supports our local communities.

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ENTEK

ENTEK is a global manufacturing company headquartered in Lebanon, Oregon. We have three manufacturing companies under our umbrella. The first makes battery separators for cars, trucks, boats, golf carts, and lawn and garden equipment.

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Medford Fabrication

Medford Fabrication is a family-operated business that was established in the mid-1940s building fuel storage tanks. Throughout our nearly 80 years in business, we have grown to serve customers of all sizes across Oregon, the U.S., and the world.

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Looptworks

Looptworks is a brand providing zero-waste-to-landfill solutions and products for textiles. We work together with companies to divert excess textiles via upcycling, downcycling and closed loop solutions for pre-consumer excess or excess post-consumer goods.

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ESCO, A Weir Group Division

We engineer and manufacture technology that is used in some of the harshest environments on earth. That includes mining hard rock, which produces the copper that is essential to electric vehicles, renewable energy and large infrastructure projects in cities.

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A to Z Wineworks

“A to Z Wineworks is a wine label that purchases grapes from vineyards all over Oregon to produce and bottle our own wine.” — Sam Tannahill, Co-Founder, A to Z Wineworks

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Boneyard Beer

“Primarily, we manufacture high quality liquids: Beer, of course, and also a non-alcoholic CBD Elixir. In addition, we operate a pub in Bend. We brew in 50-barrel batches (1,500 gallons) and produce 30,000 barrels a year, or about 60,000 kegs.” — Tony Lawrence, Founder/Brewmaster, Boneyard Beer

Hampton Lumber

Hampton Lumber is a fourth-generation, family-owned wood products manufacturer and forestland owner, with roughly 1,700 employees.