Wood is generally separated into two categories: hardwood and softwood. But why is balsa wood, one of the softest woods of all, considered a hardwood? Why is a yew tree classified as softwood even though it’s much harder than many hardwoods?
Several new team members have joined Millwood, Inc. in recent months. We have increased our sales team by 20 percent. Due to disruptions in the supply chain, Millwood was able to fill the need for customers who needed a more reliable supply.
Turn on the TV or radio and you’re sure to hear political ads from politicians asking for your vote. The election season is upon us, and the messages are impossible to avoid.
In vlog 14, host Josh Stipanovich introduces us to two very special team members at our Cleveland, TN location.
As our CORE Erosion Control Services sales team continues to grow their territories and expand the business, Millwood is looking to new ways to serve our customers and adapt to the growth. As a result, we are now the proud owners of a small army of sock-knitting machines.
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.