Our Beginnings

Carroll Hensley established Quint-C Pallet in 1981 when he purchased a small saw system and began to cut lumber and build pallets the old-fashioned way- by hand. He named the company after the five members of his family, all with the first names starting with the letter “C”. This reflects Carroll’s belief that Quint-C is more than just a business- it is a family.

In 1984, Quint-C moved to a larger facility to meet the growing demands of their customers. By 1988, the increased demand for pallets allowed the company to purchase their first automated nailing machine.

In the early 90’s, Quint-C eventually outgrew its nailing capacity and proceeded to invest in additional state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment to keep up with the increasing demand.

By the start of the millennium, Quint-C had upgraded its physical plant yet again and purchased additional high-capacity equipment. The company continued advancing its services by being one of the first manufacturers to become a Certified Heat Treatment center.