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MADE: Business Tactics

By Staff Reports, posted Sep 20, 2019
Photos C/O Edge-Works Manufacturing Co

Edge-Works Manufacturing Co.

272 W. Stag Park Service Road, Burgaw

No. of employees: 60 
 
Year founded: 1997  
 
Top local officials: Founder and CEO Scott Evans, senior vice president Jesse Lockhart and vice president David Pomeroy
 
Company description: Manufacturer of tactical equipment for military, law enforcement, competition and concealed carry. G-Code is the company’s tactical holsters and accessories brand.
 
Products made locally: Gun holsters, magazine carriers, belts, bags/pouches, dog collars
 
Product distribution: Worldwide
 
What made the company decide to make its goods locally? Evans: “Quality. In my opinion, there is nothing better than made in the USA. All our products are 100% built in America with only U.S. labor and U.S. sourced components. It’s been that way from the beginning and will always be that way.”
 
What’s your target market? Evans: “G-Code holsters sells to military, law enforcement and civilian concealed carry communities. Additionally, we provide products to sportsmen and shooting enthusiasts.”
 
What planned next? Evans: “This year G-Code will reintroduce its dealer program expanding both our market reach and the availability of our products. In doing this, we are also on schedule to launch several new innovative products. Some of what is coming is a new high-performance holster series wherein we utilize cutting edge combination of high-tech materials and construction processes.”
 


EDITOR’S NOTE: To be considered for the Greater Wilmington Business Journal’s MADE feature, contact [email protected].
 
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