Most of us are familiar with the superstition of knocking on wood for good luck. After making a statement about our good fortune or an optimistic prediction, we tap our knuckles on the nearest wooden surface to prevent our luck from turning. In situations where wood is not physically available to ward off misfortune, a verbal expression of “knock on wood” will suffice.
Millwood, Inc. recently became the exclusive distributor of a uniquely designed pallet heat treat system.
It is no secret that businesses (large and small) are suffering from the effects of COVID-19. The virus challenges our communities and economy. We shared in a previous blog how the increase in medical supplies and needs of other related supply chains also increased the need for pallets. We have been working diligently through the pandemic to bring those customers their packaging equipment.
How will you celebrate the Fourth of July this year? Many of us will see dramatic changes from our normal festivities. COVID has cancelled many a parade, picnic and party.
Millwood, Inc.’s sawmill and pallet assembly plant in Waverly, OH has purchased a new heat treat system. The purchase of this new system will be used to heat treat pallets for customers who will be using them for export purposes.
Our loyal readers are familiar with our “Five Terms” series, in which we demystify the terminology of the packaging industry. This week we instead bring you four terms common to our CORE Erosion Control Services brand.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States in March 2020, we had no way of knowing the scale or magnitude of the issue we were about to be faced with. Not only were we about to experience a global public health crisis, but an economic one as well.
Just weeks after landing a master distributor agreement with Mid-TN in Tennessee, Millwood, Inc. has reached another master distributor agreement with Mid-Atlantic Supply in Baltimore, MD to sell its CORE Erosion Control Services branded products.
Now more than ever, people are ordering important packages online. As social distancing measures continue, the need for delivery has skyrocketed. Maybe you order food for your pantry or crucial medicine, or even just a birthday present sent to a family member you can't visit. Whatever you order, you expect it to arrive safely and securely.