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Profile Processor Wins Michigan Award

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Custom Profile acknowledged as one of best manufacturers in Michigan.


Custom Profile, Walker, Mich., a leading manufacturer of profile extrusions primarily for the appliance and office furniture industries, announced today that it has been awarded a Best of MichBusiness award in the Manufacturing Inspirations category. 

"We are honored to be recognized as one of the best manufacturing companies in Michigan,” said John Boeschenstein, CEO of Custom Profile. “Custom Profile’s management team continues to emphasize the importance of building on the lessons taught by our founder, Sam Nicholas, and we are always appreciative of the recognition for our team’s exceptional service, high-quality products, and commitment to our customers, employees and community.”

The Best of MichBusiness Awards Program recognizes companies and individuals that make Michigan a top-notch place to do business. 

Custom Profile is a part of Blackford Capital’s Michigan Prosperity Fund, which invests in middle-market manufacturing, distribution, and service companies either headquartered or maintaining significant operations within the State of Michigan.  In addition to providing growth and expansion capital and generating best-in-class investment returns, the fund also supports Michigan’s economy by protecting and creating jobs within the state and reducing the export of capital from Michigan by out-of-state investors.  


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