Tom Kenville and Greg Moll of Roll-A-Ramp and Colleen Litkenhaus, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Domestic Operations for the U.S.
Winners were chosen based on the total number of documented export deals completed in 2005, total percentage increase in sales in 2005 compared to 2004, exports as percentage of total sales, the company's commitment to exporting, the company's commitment to customer service, and the company's innovation and originality in marketing products or services.
Roll-A-Ramp manufactures portable ramps that can be used for wheelchairs, scooters, or in a variety of industrial settings.


Gregory Sandler, publisher of Commercial News USA, said that Roll-A-Ramp's success is indicative of how American companies can benefit from exporting. To be eligible for the award, the company must currently be exporting from the United States. Commercial News USA is a catalog-style magazine that reaches an estimated 400,000 readers in 176 countries worldwide.


Because we are a smaller company, it allowed us to both open up the world to accessibility, as well as to add to revenue growth.



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