Northwest Territorial Mint’s Reorganization Shines
Northwest Territorial Mint has reorganized under new management. In the absence of former CEO, Ross Hansen, Northwest Territorial Mint is now under the guidance of company president Paul Wagner and court-appointed trustee Mark Calvert.
Through our transition, we’ve ceased operation of bullion sales in order to invest our efforts in the area in which we have no equal, custom minting, thereby ensuring total customer satisfaction. We’re now wholly focused on providing custom-minting and online retail products for our customer base.
Additional changes include the sale of our Graco Awards division, located in Tomball, TX. Graco produces high-end military awards and medals such as the Purple Heart and the Medal of Honor. However, we will continue to sell their products to our customers who’ve come to appreciate Graco’s work.
Also, a move from the current Federal Way office to a more cost-effective location in nearby Kent, WA, is scheduled for mid-July.
Calvert and Wagner believe we retain the products, people, and perseverance to prosper. The trustee stated, “There is every reason to be optimistic about the future. We will focus on building a team that can deliver a quality product that our customers want – thereby improving the profitability of the company.”
With new management, we operate under a philosophy carved from integrity and transparency. And we plan on a full rebranding to bring a fresh look that matches our practices and custom-minting service while retaining our same proven quality for our customers.