CW Crates & Pallets, a company that designs, builds, and delivers custom wood pallets and crates as well as provides onsite packaging and shipping feels honored to have been recently ranked in the Spokane Journal of Business as a top five 2016 Best Places To Work Inland Northwest survey.
The inaugural list of the Best Places to Work Inland Northwest was created by the Journal of Business and Best Companies Group. This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize, and honor the best employers in the Inland Northwest, benefiting the region’s economy, workforce, and businesses.
At the recent awards ceremony, one business owner spoke about creating a work place where his employees skip hitting the snooze button when the alarm goes off each morning. CW Crates & Pallets President and Owner, Frank Duffy concurs.
“We believe we are creating that kind of work environment here at CW. We strive to provide an environment where our employees can look forward to each day. We see our team thriving by having clear goals from the get-go so they can be self-assured to move toward the expected outcome”.
Frank believes that having trust in the team allows them to work together more efficiently. Together, the CW team sets goals and approaches problem solving, improvement, and strategy to fulfill each plan of action whether it is designing a custom crate or shipping a jet engine. These collaborations aid the company in their mission to operate the leading specialty wooden crate packaging and shipping company in the Inland Northwest. The team leaders at CW Crates & Pallets emphasize collaboration, communication, and clear expectations.
Founded in 1959, CW Crates & Pallets is a LEAN manufacturing company built on customer service and believes in creating a superior product. As a client-driven, process-centered organization, CW delivers custom designed products and services to match the turnaround needs of their customers.