About SCP, Inc.
How we got started
Bob Luedtke noticed a need, found a way to meet that need, and then carried that philosophy to make SCP, Inc. what it is today.
While working at a paper company, he experienced many problems with the wood products that were coming in from other vendors. Bob and his two original partners knew that they could meet the needs of their current company better themselves.
So, in May of 1994, with the company's approval, they started making pallets and skids by hand, after work, thus giving SCP, Inc. it's first customer.
The business grew and Bob made the success of SCP, Inc. his top priority. The philosophy that SCP, Inc. has always had is to provide customers with exactly what they want, when they want it, and in the quantity they need, and all at a fair price. And that philosophy is what took the business from one customer to a multimillion dollar company.
Through our growth, the Mission of SCP, Inc. has always remained the same.
- Provide our customers with exactly what they need, when they need it, and at a fair price that is unmatched in our industry.
- Strive to create as little waste as possible. Reuse or recycle.
- Provide a safe, healthy, and clean working environment for all employees.
- Consistently maintain and manage the equipment used to produce our products.
SCP is a family owned and operated business, and is a privately held company. Between our three locations, SCP, Inc. employs about 65 people. We are actively involved in many aspects of each of the communities that we operate in. Ranging from scholarships and donations to local organizations, to various Scouting projects, SCP, Inc. gives back to the community.
Where we are now
In 2000, SCP, Inc. moved its corporate office to Hortonville, Wisconsin. The 63,000 square foot facility enables SCP, Inc. to store all raw and finished goods inside, as well as inventory for customers. This location serves customers throughout Wisconsin.
SCP, Inc. opened a customer specific plant in Dayton, Ohio in 2001. In early 2008, we purchased our own facility and moved to DeGraff, Ohio. This facility has now expanded to serve multiple customers in central Ohio.
Our recycling plant, EverGreen Pallet, in Plymouth, Wisconsin, was acquired in 2001 and serves customers in Wisconsin requesting recycled wood pallets and skids.
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