The Flesh Company Turns
P+P: Anything you could say about the next hundred years for The Flesh Company?
Jillian Flesh: We will continue to grow and prosper, building on the core business values my great-grandfather created. With these pillars, we were able to move from continuous and unit set forms to laser cut sheets, and from there to variable imaging, integrated products, labels and even scanning and data capture technologies. We invest not only in technology that allows us to create products more efficiently, we are willing to invest in technologies that will eventually displace some of our older products as their life cycles mature. Business culture is an evolution. In Scud's generation and even my dad's, change could be difficult. With my generation, change is not only expected, it's the norm. So, as our customers bring new opportunities to us, we have to be able to adapt with the industry.
P+P: Is there anything else you'd like to talk about?
RF2: Customers know us as a strong, viable supplier of business documents and labels. Bob's skills in lean manufacturing and team building keep us in a position to serve current customers and earn the trust of new clients. You can hear real examples of this from our team on our YouTube channel—The Flesh Company. I intend to be here as CEO for many more years; however, when the time comes to pass the torch, it's exciting a fourth generation is here and passionate about the business. We have a very bright future.