About Davidson

Our Mission

At Davidson, our mission is to lead with solutions for our customers in three ways: by delivering high-quality products and services using innovative materials and processes; by investing in people, technology, and continuous improvement, which allows us to offer our customers competitive pricing; and by building ethical long-term relationships with those customers, as well as with our employees and supply partners. We continue to implement sound strategies in continuous improvement, total cost control, e-business, and delivery, adding these to our engineering and manufacturing capabilities and experience in order to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations.

We rely on our significant internal capabilities and experience and add to that the supply chain advantages we have through Leggett & Platt’s many other companies, as well as the multiple product sourcing available to us locally in West Michigan and through our partnership with Becker KG. These things, taken together, give us a proven edge over our competition.

 

Our Core Values

  • Be the best in all we do and how we do it
  • Maintain honesty, integrity, ethics, and professionalism in all relationships
  • Work as a team
  • Provide superior service to our customers
  • Encourage, recognize, and reward those who embrace responsibility and attain results
  • Continuous improvement – never be satisfied

Davidson Plyforms' organizational goal is steady and profitable growth. Our commitment to customer satisfaction can be summarized by stating five basic quality objectives.We will:

  • Clearly understand and meet or exceed our customers' expectations
  • Effectively communicate customer requirements to employees who affect quality
  • Provide processes, tools, and resources to consistently achieve quality
  • Provide our employees with the training they need to effectively implement their duties
  • Establish an environment of continuous improvement

 

Our History

1927 Davidson Furniture Company is founded by Charles Davidson and his two sons. The company specializes in producing the finest-quality upholstered furniture frames in the Grand Rapids, Michigan, area.
1975 Davidson Furniture Company changes its name to Davidson Plyforms Inc. to signal a change in focus to supplying plywood seat and backs to the office furniture industry.
1994 Genesis Seating is created due to the demand for high-design products.
1995 Davidson earns ISO 9001:2000 certification.
1998 Genesis Seating earns ISO 9001:2000 certification.
1998 Foam molds first used for customer design review, reducing cost and time from design idea to prototype.
2001 Davidson becomes part of Leggett & Platt and its diverse group of companies.
2003 Laser-etching and finishing line capabilities added to our product offering of complementary services for customers.
2004 High Density Fiberboard (HDF) used in production of curved door fronts
2005 IRT (Innovative Resin Technologies) is created to provide a cost-effective and environ-mentally sustainable alternative to offshore manufacturing.td>