of the core values and get one, along
with real-life examples of what each
“It’s really a unique company for any-
where,” said Rodney Hill, a 35-year-old
Burlington native and mechanical engi-
neer who’s been at Logic Supply for about
four years. “What’s really interesting
about this place is that everyone has great
alignment. It doesn’t matter what position
in the company that someone holds, it’s a
whole bunch of really talented, really mo-
tivated people. It’s part of the culture that
everybody in this entire organization has
their noses facing in the right direction.”
And while being a Vermonter is cer-
tainly not a prerequisite for working at
Logic Supply, a high percentage of the
company’s work force seems to hail from
the Green Mountains.
“It’s no surprise Logic Supply has a
homegrown workforce,” said Ken Horse-
man, a senior economic development spe-
cialist for the state Department of Eco-
nomic Development. “Folks with the skill
sets they tend to require probably have a
lot of choices, but with their open man-
agement policy, the fact they pay well and
the reputation they have cultivated makes
them a real attractive option for people
who really want to live here.”
Horseman, who has been involved
with Logic Supply since they moved from
Waterbury into the new headquarters,
says the Groenevelds exemplify the new
wave of Vermont businesses who have
made a decision to wring the most out of
what the state and its workforce offers.
“Logic Supply reinforces the Vermont
brand of innovation,” Horseman said.
“Here they are in this sort of nondescript
building in South Burlington turning an
idea into a global business. They really are
an inspiration as to what can happen here.”
Oh, and about that rather ordinary
building sitting in the South Burlington
field? The worldwide headquarters of
Logic Supply might look really different
really soon. Logic Supply is expected to
break ground this year on a $2 million expansion project. A
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