In episode nine of the Millwood vlog host Josh Stipanovich takes us inside our North Haven, De Pere and New Hope facilities. You’ll get the opportunity to hear from a variety of team members at all levels of management as they share their experiences working in a Millwood pallet facility.
Christmas is just around the corner and gifts are on a lot of people’s minds. With retail stores busier than ever and gifts getting more and more expensive, holiday shopping can get overwhelming and hard on your wallet. One way to avoid this is by making gifts instead of buying them.
In today’s vlog, Josh speaks with two members of the IT team at Millwood, Tom Kirk and Sheila Factor, to learn more about what it means to be a programmer for Millwood. They explain what they do on a day-to-day basis and specific projects they’ve worked on to help make the workflow at Millwood easier and more streamlined.
This October, the De Pere and New Hope operations participated in fundraising and awareness initiatives for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Team members from each plant were enthusiastic about raising money for this cause since it has touched many of their lives. They pulled together as a team to make positive impacts in their respective communities and helped those in need.
As the holiday season sneaks up on us, Millwood has a variety of events to celebrate; last month we hosted a trick or treating event and costume contest, last week we went Christmas gift shopping for area children in need, and now our annual thankfulness project is in full swing.
Join us as we follow two of our inside sales team members, Kim Danessa and Janet Fleischer, as they walk us through their day-to-day process. These busy team members are the backbone of our company, and often the person our customers and vendors interact with the most.
“We’re responsible for data entry, putting on sales and purchase orders, talking to customers and vendors and solving their...