Quest Products Inc.

Kenosha County Business Excellence Awards

Quest Products.

Quest Products Inc.
Industry: Packaging and distribution
Address: 8201 104th St., Pleasant Prairie
Employees: 35
Website: www.questproductsinc.com

Pleasant Prairie-based Quest Products Inc. recently celebrated its first anniversary in Kenosha County, and celebrated unprecedented growth in the process.

Quest Products.
Quest Products.

Quest is a packaged consumer goods producer with 74 years of experience, specializing in retail, e-commerce and drop-ship distribution.

The company offers a turnkey approach, and partners with most major chain and e-commerce retailers in the country including Wal-Mart, Target, Walgreens, CVS, Safeway, Best Buy and Amazon, among others.

In October 2014, Quest moved its headquarters, assembling, packaging and warehousing operations to a brand new 44,100-square-foot facility in Pleasant Prairie. The company was previously located in Gurnee, Ill.

“Kenosha County, KABA and Gov. (Scott) Walker were instrumental in Quest’s relocation,” said Mark Milliman, owner and partner of Quest Products. “Quest shares the county’s pro-business mentality and we are very pleased with our investment in the county.”

According to Milliman, the new facility is four times larger than its previous location and Quest has hired 20 percent more employees since relocating.

The company has increased its focus on international markets and has expanded the business by 30 percent over the past two years. Quest Products has been named to Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 500 and Inc. 5000 lists for the fastest growing privately held companies for the past seven years.

New products, brands and distribution continue to drive Quest’s growth, Milliman said.

Since 2013, the company has increased its product SKU count from 2,500 to 7,500.

Milliman expects 2016 to be the best revenue year in Quest’s history. The company is predicting double-digit growth in revenue, he said.

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