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Since 1990, Cain Consulting Group has provided consulting, publications, and training for nonprofit and government boards and staff across the United States and Canada. The firm’s clients include human service agencies, state/national/international associations, municipal and county governments, libraries, hospitals, cooperatives, tribal councils, schools, and many, many more.
Cain Consulting is based in Hawarden, Iowa. President/CEO Dan Cain finds many strategic advantages in his Hawarden location: “I chose to locate in Hawarden because this small community offers everything my business needs to effectly grow and compete with much larger businesses nationwide: a well-educated workforce with a strong work ethic; reliable, state-of-the-art telephone and high-speed data transmission services, low overhead costs including City-owned utilities; good postal service, cooperative City government, and quality of life that can only be found in a small town like Hawarden,” says Cain.
Coilcraft is a manufacturer of microcoils for communications devices. The company, located in Hawarden for more than 40 years, is proud to name Motorola, Nokia, and other nationally known cellular and paging equipment manufacturers as its customers. Plant Manager Jerry Klemme has this comment about the workforce his company finds in Hawarden, “They are easy to train, they work hard, and they are dedicated to businesses for which they work.” Coilcraft’s Hawarden plant performs much of the research and development and distribution functions for the company.
Established over a hundred years ago, LG Everist is an industrial leader in the production of crushed stone, gravel and other mined stone products. As the supplier for numerous major construction projects throughout the Midwest, LG Everist depends on a good transportation network and a central geographic location. The company also operates D&I Railroad, a shortline connecting Sioux City, Iowa with points north of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. In recent years, the company has used its rail line and central location to land an Ash Grove Cement terminal, attracting concrete companies from the entire region.
Timber Roots Truss
Timber Roots MTD (Millwork, Truss and Distribution) centers are located strategically serving a 17-state region and now consist of 14 truss/panel and component manufacturing facilities, six distribution centers and seven millwork manufacturing plants. Although a relatively new division, Timber Roots’ parent company, the Lanoga Corporation, has origins that date back to 1855 in Winona, MN. The Hawarden site is primarily centered on custom truss manufacturing. The company benefits from Hawarden’s central location and access to rail for shipping raw materials. Timber Roots employs approximately 50 individuals at its Hawarden plant.