Goff's Enterprises Ranked on Inc. Magazine’s List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America - BodyShop Business

Goff’s Enterprises Ranked on Inc. Magazine’s List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America

Goff’s Enterprises, Inc. announced it placed on Inc. Magazine’s exclusive Inc. 500|5000 list. The list is an elite ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.  

According to Inc. Magazine, there are nearly 7 million private companies in the U.S., and Goff’s Enterprises has been ranked No. 4,209 overall and No. 170 in the manufacturing segment.

“Many things have contributed to our continued successes, including our incredible customers, our reliable distributors and a trusted team of employees,” said Tony Goff, president. “It is an honor to be recognized on this list with such an elite group of companies. I couldn’t be happier with the achievements our company has made and the direction we are headed.”

In a stagnant economic environment, the median growth rate of 2011 Inc. 500|5000 companies remains an impressive 94 percent. The companies on this year’s list report having created 350,000 jobs in the past three years, and aggregate revenue among the honorees reached $366 billion, up 14 percent from last year.

Goff’s began in 1987, operating from a card table in the corner of the family’s autobody office. Since then, they’ve seen a consistent increase in sales every year, and the company currently operates out of a 20,000-square-foot facility in Pewaukee, Wis. Goff’s manufactures high quality industrial partitions. Its product line includes High Performance Vinyl & Mesh Roll-Up Doors, Curtain Walls, Welding Curtains & Screens, Strip Doors, Food Processing Curtains, Climate Curtains, Acoustic Curtains and more.

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