Category: KEB Enterprises

Alpine Air – A KEB Enterprises Portfolio Company


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KEB Enterprises

Entrepreneur and senior executive Kenneth Brailsford has established and led various companies in a business career spanning over four decades. His current focus is Provo, Utah-headquartered KEB Enterprises, a private equity firm he owns and leads. Among KEP’s portfolio companies is Alpine Air, where Kenneth Brailsford serves as chairman of the board.

Alpine Aviation, Inc, is a Utah corporation doing business as Alpine Air. The firm is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alpine Air Express, Inc, a Montana-registered corporation. Established in 1975, Alpine Air’s current management took on leadership in 1986, and with 29 airplanes and 100 personnel the firm is now one of the country’s largest regional air-cargo providers.

The on-demand and non-scheduled air-cargo operator has a 40 year record of profitability and an outstanding reputation with its employees, clients, and the FAA. Currently having multiple contracts with United Parcel Service and the United States Postal Service, Alpine has produced a 99 plus percent on-time performance benchmark in meeting the flight schedules of clients. The firm’s operational hub is located in Billings, Montana, and has the capability of delivering its vast experience, essential support network, and aircraft to any part of the world.


KEB Enterprises Works to Help Businesses Grow


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KEB Enterprises

A prominent entrepreneur, Kenneth Brailsford is a well-known figure in the field of health and nutrition. In his active career of more than 40 years, Kenneth Brailsford has operated several successful businesses, including KEB Enterprises, LLP.

An independently held equity firm that merges and acquires businesses, KEB Enterprises offers resources and experience to its partners with the goal of helping them achieve rapid growth. One of the firm’s main strategies is attuning its interests with those of its partners or acquisitions to ensure the best outcome for all.

Led by Mr. Brailsford, KEB Enterprises has built an extensive and diverse business portfolio in only a decade, incorporating several companies, such as Lehi, Geopower, and Alpine Air, as well as various properties. In 2014, KEB Enterprises also purchased the controlling rights to Elements of Health Care, LLC, a health product manufacturing company. For detailed information about KEB Enterprises, visit the company’s website at

The More Than 100-Year History of Lehi Roller Mills

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Lehi Roller Mills

A prominent figure in the nutritional supplement industry, Kenneth Brailsford has guided such companies as Nature’s Sunshine, Nature’s Labs, and Zija International. Currently, Kenneth Brailsford leads private equity firm KEB Enterprises, which maintains holdings including flour manufacturer Lehi Roller Mills.

A company with a history dating back to the early 1900s, Lehi Roller Mills was initially known as the Lehi Roller Mill and Elevator Company. Initially serving farmers in the Lehi, Utah, area, the mill benefited from a shareholder investment of $20,000 in 1905 and began producing flour the following year.

In 1910, the mill came under the ownership of George C. Robinson, an individual who established a practice of producing high-quality flour; a tradition that still continues today. Mr. Robinson owned Lehi Roller Mills for more than 25 years, during which time he grew the company to serve clients as far away as California.

Upon the death of his father, Mr. Robinson’s son, Sherman, took ownership of Lehi Roller Mills, and the Robinson family continued to play a role in the business’ management even after Sherman Robinson’s passing in 1980. Over the course of their involvement, the family on several occasions upgraded the mill’s equipment in an effort to maintain the level of quality that George C. Robinson was committed to achieving.

KEB Enterprises purchased Lehi Roller Mills in 2013. Going forward, it intends to uphold the Robinson family’s long tradition of using the finest wheat to produce the best flour.