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Thankfulness Project Returns to Corporate Office

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.

Author: Paige Greene
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A Day in the Life of Inside Sales: Vlog 7

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...

Author: Paige Greene
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Five Terms for Stretch Film Scholars

Unlike those of us in the packaging industry, most professionals hope to avoid (or at least find unnecessary) the unique details that go into designing the perfect unit load and packaging system. For many buyers, packaging lingo can be confusing, alienating or just plain frustrating. With a variety of pallet designs, stretch wrappers, shrink systems and stretch film, there's a lot to keep...

Author: Paige Greene
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Myth or Fact: Are Wood Pallets Sustainable?

There are a lot of misconceptions out there about pallets and sustainability, so we figured it was time to clear the air.
In this episode of the   Millwood Vlog, we talk to Ralph Rupert about the sustainability of wood pallets and just how they are used after their lifespan.
 
Don't forget! New episodes of the   Millwood Vlog  are published on the first and third Thursday of every month...
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What is the Difference Between a Pallet and a Skid?

In episode 4 of the vlog, host Josh Stipanovich takes your question to Ralph Rupert, our manager of unit load design. 

Author: Paige Greene
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Flashback Friday: Nominal vs Actual Lumber Sizes

Years ago, home improvement stores were in hot water as a result of customers insisting the lumber they purchased was falsely advertised. The stores, however, argued that the size of the lumber sold was properly marketed even if the wood was smaller than labeled. How can that be?

Author: Paige Greene
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Millwood Acquires CORE Erosion Control Services

Millwood, Inc. finalized the purchase of CORE Erosion Control Services in September. With it comes a new product brand and Millwood’s 30th location nationwide.

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