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Top 5 Pallet Terms for Packaging Pupils

Unlike those of us in the packaging industry, most professionals hope to avoid (or at least find unnecessary) the unique details that go into making a pallet. For many buyers, basic packaging lingo can be confusing, alienating or just plain frustrating. 

Author: Paige Greene
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Pallets and Romance: The Millwood Way

Pallets are not a particularly romantic business.

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Millwood Promotes Internally for Director of Human Resources

Tremendous growth at Millwood, Inc. in the last thirteen years has led to expansion within its Human Resources department. In 2006, Millwood employed 1,003 people. Today, that number is close to 1,700.

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Plastic Pallets get an Upgrade

Plastic pallets have long been used in places like the food and beverage industry, where health standards make them a desirable choice over other pallet styles and materials. 

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Paige Greene Awarded CTSM Scholarship

Paige Greene was awarded a full ride scholarship to ExhibitorLive training through Material Handling Institute that will be used to help complete her Certified Trade Show Manager certification.  

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Trade Show Tuesday: ProMat 2019 is Coming up!

Trade shows are opportunities for customers, vendors and suppliers to either network with new faces or reconnect with old friends. However, there's more to the shows than booths, demos and meetings with product managers; it also serves as an opportunity to learn more about the industry. 

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Recapping 2018

Check out the video below!

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Top 5 Pallet Terms for the Uninitiated

Unlike those of us in the packaging industry, most professionals hope to avoid (or at least find unnecessary) the unique details that go into making a pallet. For many buyers, basic packaging lingo can be confusing, alienating or just plain frustrating. 

Author: Paige Greene
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Protect your Packages!

Did you get insurance or a warranty for any of your Christmas gifts this year? When you received your package, was it damaged, or worse, never made it to your house? Many people know that feeling of the awful realization your expensive Christmas gift for your grandmother arrived broken when it should have been handled with care.

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Christmas Comes Early for Pallet Companies

Black Friday has come and gone, and this weekend marks the beginning of December. Many families mark those moments for when they begin thinking about Christmas preparations, but for the pallet industry, Christmas starts much sooner.

Author: Paige Greene
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