If you've had the opportunity to fly in a private aircraft during the past 32 years, chances are the wood interior was supplied by Carl F. Booth Veneers, Division of DeCrane Aerospace, in New Albany, IN. Booth believes a company can't compete on all three elements of quality, delivery and price. You can only compete in two, he says. Quality and delivery is where they compete, and that has been the cornerstone of everything that they've done. Because business remains vigorous and expansion isn't possible at the 57,000-square-foot building it has occupied since 1988, Booth Veneers plans to move to a new, 94,000-square-foot facility, located in the River Ridge Commerce Center in nearby Jeffersonville, IN, later this year. Customer and employee education is a high priority for Booth. All employees receive comprehensive training. The new facility will not only enable Booth Veneers to accommodate increased aerospace industry growth, it also will allow for expansion into other markets.