B&N Industries is an innovative designer and manufacturer of products and services for the retail, architectural, contract, and hospitality industries in both the domestic and international markets. At our core, we are design driven and we apply that creative thought process to both product development and internal operations.
Even though we have been in business for 30 years, we like to think of ourselves as a startup. The excitement, innovation, and passion from all of our team members allow us to stay current and relevant. We are never satisfied. We travel the world studying design, being inspired by cultures, our surroundings, and actively apply our experiences to the development of new ideas.
When it comes to to the contract, hospitality, and retail industries, our central motto is to treat every building like a global headquarters, every hotel as if it were five star, and every store like a flagship. That means when a client comes to us they can expect to receive a level of service and attention to detail given to those standout properties of a brand.
Over the last five years, we have continued to expand the breadth of products and services that we offer. Our ultimate goal is to have enough proprietary products in our offerings to give clients an off the shelf solution. We currently have over 15 fully developed systems in our offerings. Within those systems there are plenty of built in options for customization to create a unique look for whatever brand is looking to utilize them. That said, we recognize that competitive pricing on both stock items and custom work drive business, and have made a conscious effort to reduce costs without diminishing quality.
We also realize that collaborations are vital to our continued growth. If you look at most of the successful retailers and brands, part of their success is via collaborations. We see this as a creative way to keep our brand fresh in the consumer’s mind. This is why we team up with artists and designers, such as Rex Ray and Jamie Durie, and partner with global companies, such as the Japanese corporation Toppan, to bring the product line Fortina to our North American clients.