1961: J. Kenneth McIntosh purchases the Thompson Box Company located on E. First Street in East Syracuse and renames it McIntosh Box & Lumber Co.
1968: The company moves to its current Pyle Drive location.
1970: McIntosh Box & Lumber, Co. is renamed McIntosh Box & Pallet, Co.
1971: McIntosh opens its 2nd facility in Bernhards Bay, NY.
1987: The company purchases Dahn Crating Company in Rome, NY to support business opportunities in the Mohawk Valley.
1992: McIntosh expands its Bernhards Bay facility by purchasing an adjacent 30 acre parcel with infrastructure from Rutland Plywood Corp. This expansion allows McIntosh to enter the growing recycled pallet market.
1992: Mr. McIntosh retires and Tom Ryan purchases the company.
1998: The company constructs a 12,000 square foot production facility situated on 4 acres in Geneva, NY.
2001: Mr. Ryan retires and Rich Huftalen purchases the company.
2005: The company moves its Rome facility to a 30,000 square foot facility on 4 acres at 200 Sixth Street.
2005: The company acquires an 80,000 square foot facility in Buffalo, NY to support growth in Western New York.
2011: McIntosh Box & Pallet, Co. celebrates its 50th year in business and is honored by MACNY for its excellence and contribution to the local manufacturing community. 2011 also marks the company’s strongest sales year in history.
2013: Rich Huftalen transitions to CFO and names Will Wester President.
Today: McIntosh has approximately 150 employees and over 180,000 square feet of manufacturing space situated on 45 acres of land. The company is continuing to expand its footprint through its current operations and by representing dozens of manufacturers throughout the United States and Canada.