The Holloway Group Made Inc. Magazines’ 2021 Top 1500
A renowned rating of the fastest-growing private businesses in the United States.
The Holloway Group was named to Inc. Magazine’s Top 5000, the most distinguished list of the country’s fastest-growing private businesses.
Holloway, which has previously been on Inc.’s list, not only reached the top 5,000, but also made the top 1,500 private U.S. businesses, placing No. 1,253 on the yearly list.
H.M. Holloway Inc., a gypsum mine near Lost Hills, was founded in 1932. Holloway has evolved into a multi-unit company that assists in the growth of the environmental, agricultural, logistics, and mining sectors.
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Holloway CEO Brian Maxted stated, “We’re delighted to make this year’s Inc. Top 5000 list, since this past year brought extra challenges.” “Our team of critical workers continues to deliver despite a pandemic, supply-chain difficulties, and new safety procedures. Our amazing staff didn’t miss a beat, whether it was on the environmental side, continuing to handle waste streams from all across the state, or providing the critical goods and services the agricultural sector needs to thrive.”
Vard Terry, the firm’s president, who has worked with the company for almost 50 years, shared similar views.
“Thank you to everyone in the Holloway family for their hard work and commitment over the last year, as well as all of our long-standing clients and partners who continued working with us to keep the industries we service moving forward,” Terry added.
Holloway Agriculture was named to the list after experiencing revenue growth of 383.2 percent from 2017 to 2020, as Holloway Agriculture has expanded beyond being a trusted gypsum supplier to California’s top growers to provide a variety of other products and services, ranging from soil amendments to agronomy consulting to complete orchard removal and redevelopment, in collaboration with AgSoilworks.
Holloway has also developed its Lost Hills site in recent years to utilize its nine decades of mining pits as a Class III non-hazardous Industrial Waste Landfill, ensuring long-term waste management.
Holloway’s logistics division then uses its established routes to transport hundreds of tons of agricultural and waste products each day.
Holloway COO Dan Allen stated, “We don’t take a lot of time to look back, but we’ve really gone a long way, and I’m very pleased of the team and how everyone has come together—particularly during a pandemic year.” “Our team is the best there is, and it shows in the quality of the goods and services we provide. We’re dedicated to doing all we can to offer all of our customers with safe, practical, and long-term solutions.”
Holloway is in the top.07 percent of firms in the nation, according to Inc. Editor-In-Chief Scott Omelianuk, who added that those named are “among the top.07 percent of companies in the country, in terms of growth.”
Omelianuk said, “The Inc. 5000 list for 2021 seems like one of the most significant rosters of businesses ever produced.” “Creating one of America’s fastest-growing businesses in any given year is a tremendous accomplishment. It’s incredible that we’ve been able to build one throughout the crises we’ve been through. Hard effort, clever pivots, excellent leadership, and the assistance of a large number of people are required to achieve this level of success.”
The list offers a unique look at the most successful firms in the most dynamic sector of the American economy: independent small businesses. As awardees on the Inc. 5000, companies like Intuit, Zappos, Under Armour, Microsoft, Patagonia, and many more got their first national exposure.
The complete Inc. 5000 results may be accessed at inc.com/inc5000, which includes business profiles and an interactive database that can be filtered by industry, geography, and other criteria.
Visit hmholloway.com to discover more about all of The Holloway Group’s business divisions.
The Holloway Group’s Background
Holloway Agriculture, based in Bakersfield, is a full-service, one-stop-shop business that assists farmers with everything from planning to materials delivery and application, as well as trash collection and other aspects of farm management.
Holloway’s ultimate aim is to give the best possible return on every dollar spent in its customers’ soils.
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