As the largest distributor in the Pacific Northwest, Columbia Distributing offers alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to businesses in the Pacific Northwest, supplying them with a vast assortment of well-known brands. As one of the biggest malt beverage distributors in the country, it takes an outstanding team to successfully manage the business.
Successfully coordinating the distribution of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in the Pacific Northwest requires a lot of coordination so that retailers are supplied with the beverage brands they need. To keep track of these moving parts and make the jobs of our employees easier, Columbia Distributing utilizes various software applications. Managing these applications rests on the shoulders of IT applications manager Sara Burtis and her team.Continue reading…
Columbia Distributing is well known for being a premier alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage distributor in Kent, Washington, and Wilsonville, Oregon. We supply retailers with some of the most recognizable beverage brands in the world. We’re also known for being a top destination for prospective employees looking to break into the industry and grow from within.
Columbia Distributing, a premier alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage distributor in Kent, Washington, and Wilsonville, Oregon, recently launched a new IT department. One of the roles in the department is Salesforce developer. Brandon Radford, a relative newcomer to the team and our first internal Salesforce developer, shares the duties of this new role and what it has been like working at Columbia Distributing.
Columbia Distributing, a premier alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage distributor with hubs in Kent, Washington, and Wilsonville, Oregon, is known for supplying retailers with a variety of name brands. Our success is attributed to our dedicated and hard-working employees who have a passion for what they do.
One of those employees is business development director Brian Kampmann. With over 28 years of experience working in the industry, Kampmann shares his knowledge and provides insight into what it’s like working for Columbia Distributing.
Project managers play a key role in company growth and expansion. They are responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the completion of specific projects for an organization, ensuring they’re completed on time, on budget, and to the standards set.Continue reading…
James Nelson is a truck driver for Columbia Distributing, working out of the company branch in Pendleton, Oregon. Columbia Distributing provides alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to retailers, restaurants, and other establishments in the Pacific Northwest. The company prides itself on not only its top-tier beverage selection but also its commitment as an engaged community partner.
A career in the beverage distribution industry can provide individuals with many benefits. This statement rings especially true for the employees at Columbia Distributing. A premier alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage distributor in Washington and Oregon, Columbia Distributing supplies retailers with a variety of well-known brands and serves as a top destination for prospective employees looking to break into this exciting industry.Continue reading…
Columbia Distributing, a premier alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage distributor in Washington and Oregon that supplies retailers with a variety of well-known brands, offers its employees the opportunity to work in an engaging environment with some terrific people. One of those people is district sales manager Brian Bliege. Having been with the company for eight years, Bliege provides a glimpse into what a typical day looks like working at Columbia Distributing and some of the amazing advantages for its employees.
Columbia Distributing distributes alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to retailers, restaurants, and bars throughout the Pacific Northwest and northern California. But what makes the company stand out from other employers? “Given everything that the world has thrown at us, it’s always been a good place to work,” says Jon-Paul “JP” Lafitte.