Where is Columbia Sportswear Corporate office Headquarters

Columbia Sportswear Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 14375 Northwest Science Park Drive
    Portland, OR 97229
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 503-985-4000
  • Fax Number: (503) 985-5800
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 5326
  • Established: 1938
  • Founder: Paul Lamfrom & Marie Lamfrom
  • Key People: Gert Boyle, Timothy Boyle

Columbia Sportswear Headquarters Location & Directions

Columbia Sportswear Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Timothy P. Boyle

President, CEO & Director

Jim A. Swanson

Senior VP & CFO

Thomas B. Cusick

Executive VP & COO

Russell B. Hopcus

President of PrAna Brand

Joseph R. Craig

Senior Vice President of Sales - North America

Lisa A. Kulok

Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain Operations

David Lawner

Senior Vice President of North America Direct-To-Consumer

Richelle T. Luther

Chief Human Resource Officer & Senior VP

Douglas H. Morse

Senior Vice President of Emerging Brands & APAC

Peter M. Rauch

Senior VP & Chief Transformation Officer

About Columbia Sportswear, History and Headquarters Information

History

Columbia Sportswear was founded in the year 1938. The company has been active for almost 81 years now. In the year 1937, Paul Lamfrom and Marie Lamfrom had fled the Nazi inflicted Germany and immediately had purchased a Portland hat distributorship. The company came to be known as Columbia Hat Company, as it was named after the Columbia River, which was nearby. Then in the year 1948, the daughter of Marie and Paul Lamfrom had married Neal Boyle, who had become the head of the company. In the year 1960, the name of the company was changed to Columbia Sportswear Company.

Then in the year 1970, Neal Boyle had died of a heart attack, and therefore his wife Gert Boyle along with her son had taken over the operations of the company and saved it from bankruptcy. In the year 1998, the company had become a limited public entity. In the year 2000, the company had acquired Sorel, which was followed by the acquisition of Mountain Hardwear in the year 2003. In the year 2006, the company had acquired Pacific Trail along with Montrail brands as well. In the year 2014, the company had taken over Prana. Then in the year 2001, the company had moved its headquarters from Portland to Washington County. As of the year 2001, the company was the largest American retailer of ski apparels, in terms of overall gross revenue sales. In the year 2008, the company had collaborated with Team High Road and started sponsoring the cycling team. The sponsorship had begun with the 2008 Tour de France. In the year 2010, the company had taken over OutDry Technologies. Then in the year 2015, Bryan Timm was appointed as the president of the company. The headquarters of the company is based in 14375 Northwest Science Park Drive. The name of the place is Portland, while the name of the state is Oregon, USA. The pin code of the area is 97229.

About

Columbia Sportswear is an American company that focuses on the designing and manufacturing of various kinds of sportswear and outerwear, for its customers all around the world. As of the year 2017, the company has its presence in over 129 locations in the world. Also, the total revenue of the company is more than $2.4 billion, as of the year 2017. The number of employees working at the company, as of the year 2017, is more than 7,000. The company sells its products in 72 different countries with the help of almost 13,000 retailers. As of the year 2015, the total market capitalisation of the company is more than $4.1 billion. It was reported that nearly 40 per cent of the company's sales had come from abroad. The current chairman of the company is Gert Boyle.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of clothing and apparels, that are manufactured, designed, distributed and sold by the company itself. The products of the company include outerwear, sportswear, footwear, headgear, ski apparel, camping equipment and as well as outerwear accessories too.

Columbia Sportswear Headquarters Photos

Columbia Sportswear Resources

Rate This
  • Thomas Schell says:

    I am a big fan of your clothing and so is my wife my question to you is why don’t you have a Hawaii style of men’s shirts and women’s blouses.

     
  • Larry Tucker says:

    I purchased my first pair of Columbia hiking shoes 2 years ago. I’ve barely worn them and now they are coming apart. I am very disappointed in the quality of the product.

     
  • Edith says:

    Bad customer service, I have request to chat no help recommends to call the customer care # for help. I have called and I have been waiting for almost 1 1/2 hours

     
  • LJ says:

    The changes you have made to your website in the last 2 years has NOT made it more user friendly. It used to work quickly and efficiently, but now it can take 10 seconds to go from one page to the next. That might not sound like too much but if you are searching for several different and new products that time adds up too A LOT OF MY TIME to find the clothes I want to buy. And I found this when I lived in Langley, BC and in Oshawa, Ontario and was working using different internet providers so it’s not my internet it’s your website. I love your clothes and have worn them for over 2 decades. With the new formate I can be searching and have to weed through the plus sizes. I’m sure the plus sizes find it troublesome cause they have to weed through much smaller sizes and would find it more time efficient to just search through their own sizes. Anything you can do to speed up the search time would be greatly appreciated!!

    My two cents on your current unfriendly website! I looked for an email address for the company but none could be found so I’M HOPING this gets to the management at the company so they can tweak the website so it’s more time efficient while searching for your products people want to by and I’ve bought a lot of merchandise from your company on the Canadian and American websites over the last two decades. So here is hoping this message gets to the techno whiz kids in IT so they might be able to help this weary customer

     
  • Bill M. says:

    Yesterday Sunday July 11 i went on line to purchase another pair of Columbia shorts, Mens Silver Ridge Cargo shorts, Waist 32, inseam 10″, color-Tusk. I saw they were on sale for $33.75 because it was Sunday and you were closed I had to call today Monday July 12th. I was told by a customer service agent that the sale ended yesterday! My gripe is that if the sale ended yesterday Sunday July 11, why wasn’t the Sale dates listed to let the rest of the world know that? Had I known, I would have ordered the shorts on the 11th. via on line. I have been a member for quite a while and own many Columbia products, Hiking boots, down jackets, shirts, Rain wear etc. etc.. If I would have been getting emails (as a long time member) regarding sales of your products I would have been aware of this particular sale item (the above shorts) and purchased them prior to the end (on a Sunday?) of the sale.
    I continue to want these shorts as I have the same pair and they are the most comfortable shorts, especially down here in hot and humid Florida. Thanks for your time and PLEASE put me on your mailing list!!

     
  • Dennis Mathews says:

    We are regular customers; however, here’s a heads up: There’s manufacture deficit with a zipper. This lightweight fleece hoodie zipper’s pull handle connects by way of a separate metal bridge attached to its zipper base. Once detached, there is no way to fit a device to make the zipper functional. There are several Columbia lightweight, heavy and rain jackets/coats in our home. All these garments’ zippers seem to be more robust in design or come with double zippers. I’m willing to send you or take a photo of the defective parts. In my opinion this particular zipper’s design cannot withstand common usage.

     
  • Evelyn Pirozzi says:

    I purchased your jacket, 217 0317 02931, XL 1238 1706171, and was totally delighted with it. Now that the end of the winter season is upon us. I decided to wash my jacket before packing it away. I read the direction that you have tagged inside the jacket. I unzipped my hood, no problem, cleaned out my pockets and zipped closed. Turned on my washing machine, cold water, gentle cycle, and proceeded to wash the jacket. After the washing I placed it on a hanger to dry. After drying I zipped on the hood, no problem
    This is were it all went wrong. Opened the first zippered pocket, fine. Went to open the second zippered pocket and found it melted shut and the seam stitching to be damaged. Inside zippered pocket works quite well. Needless to say because of the damage to the one zippered right side of the jacket I am extremely disappointed in your product.

     
  • Habib D Tawawala says:

    Request advise email contact for Ms Lisa A Kulok , Snr VP Global Supply Chain Operations
    Thanks & Rgds
    Habib D Tawawala – Marketing Director : USA-PRO Apparel Corp
    e-mail: habib.usapro@gmail.com

     
  • >