Companies Make the Ranks on Inc. 5000 List
August 19, 2009
Last year proved to be a good year for Austin, Texas-based Arrow
Glass & Mirror, which was recently ranked on the Inc. 5000 list
of fastest growing private companies in America. Not only was the
company ranked, it jumped 382 slots, from 1,151 last year to 769
"The growth can be attributed primarily to continuing to invest
in our people in a slowing market," Danny Davis, principal,
Arrow Glass & Mirror, tells USGNN.com. "The strategy
has remained the same this year with first investing in our people
to coincide with developing our systems and technology." He
adds, "We are having an amazing 2009 that will easily surpass
Arrow Glass & Mirror isn't the only glass-industry company
making the list. Several others were also ranked.
Ranked 2,276, M3 Glass Technologies in Irving, Texas, saw 136.8-percent
growth from 2005 to 2008. Revenue for the company in 2005 was reported
as $4.8 million and in 2008 was $11.4 million.
Northern Building Products in Teterboro, N.J., a manufacturer of
commercial and heavy commercial fenestration products, was ranked
2,444. The company reported 123.6 percent growth, with 2005 revenue
of $11.6 million increasing to $26.0 million in 2008.
All Action Architectural Metals in South Plainfield, N.J., was
ranked 3,369. The company's 2005 revenue was reported as $4.2 million
increasing to $7.4 million in 2008.
Midwest Glass in Brookings, S.D., was ranked 3,591. The company
reported 2005 revenue of $2.4 million compared to $3.9 million in
Ranked at 3,757, Sound Glass Sales in Lakewood, Wash., had 2005
revenue of$11.5 million, which increased to $18.4 million in 2008.
Cambridge, Ohio-based Edgetech I.G. was ranked 4,715. The company
had 2005 revenue of $52.6 million, increasing to $62.9 million in
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