Company History

Hollins Industries International was founded by Bryant Hollins in 1989. Bryant had over 20 years experience as an equipment designer and manager in steel fabrication. He wanted to build a business that was responsive to customers need

s and established the guiding princiles of: listening to your customers, building quality products, being honest and pricing fairly. These principles continue today, even after Bryan'ts retirement in 2012. Hollins has build an enviable reputation in the Forest Industries throught North America and has supplied equipment from Newfoundland to Calinfornia. The company had developed a creative and efficient design department that thrives on challenges. Working closely with customers, the company has completed projects ranging from customized log sorters to sea going yachts.

Hollins was aquired in 2011 and this has strenthened Hollins finiancially and technically. Work is now shared between the two operation in Kamloops and 100 Mile House, giving customer's access to a larger company with stronger machine shop capability, stronger financing and sales.

Hollins has maintained its original location in 100 Mile House on the main North South corridor central to the Forest and Mining industries of the province. This keeps Hollins near its customer and suppliers, but with access to cost effective transport for shipping services. The community attracts employees who want to live in a fully serviced community with economical housing and outstanding access to outdoor activities. This locations has proved a perfect combination of lower costs, access to transportation and services and a desirable lifestyle for employees. To our customers this has meant lower charge out rates and cost competetive services.

After 22 years in business, Hollins is looking to the future with excitement, anticpating continued growth while remaining grounded to its core principles.

Hollins Industries International was founded by Bryant Hollins in 1989. Bryant had over 20 years experience as an equipment designer and manager in steel fabrication. He wanted to build a business that was responsive to customers needs and established the guiding princiles of: listening to your customers, building quality products, being honest and pricing fairly. These principles continue today, even after Bryan'ts retirement in 2012. Hollins has build an enviable reputation in the Forest Industries throught North America and has supplied equipment from Newfoundland to Calinfornia. The company had developed a creative and efficient design department that thrives on challenges. Working closely with customers, the company has completed projects ranging from customized log sorters to sea going yachts.

Hollins was aquired in 2011 and this has strenthened Hollins finiancially and technically. Work is now shared between the two operation in Kamloops and 100 Mile House, giving customer's access to a larger company with stronger machine shop capability, stronger financing and sales.

Hollins has maintained its original location in 100 Mile House on the main North South corridor central to the FOrest and Mining industries of the province. This keeps Hollins near its customer and suppliers, but with access to cost effective transport for shipping services. The community attracts employees who want to live in a fully serviced community with economical housing and outstanding access to outdoor activities. This locations has proved a perfect combination of lower costs, access to transportation and services and a desirable lifestyle for employees. To our customers this has meant lower charge out rates and cost competetive services.

After 22 years in business, Hollins is looking to the future with excitement, anticpating continued growth while remaining grounded to its core principles.