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Cleveland, TN Celebrates Four Years Accident Free

Millwood’s Cleveland, TN operations opened its doors four years ago, and since then, it has remained an accident-free facility. 
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How Millwood Beats the Heat

Summer is in full swing, and many parts of the U.S. are facing record-high temperatures and heat waves. Those who work in physical ly-demanding jobs are especially vulnerable to heat-related illnesses , and that includes many of the team members at our facilities across the country. 
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Tyler Wallace Earns Automation Certificate

Senior Controls Technician Tyler Wallace recently earned a certificate from Rockwell Automation. Rockwell Automation is an American provider of industrial automation, including programmable logic controllers and other automation products in use at Millwood. They also provide product-specific educational courses as a way to support their customers. 
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Millwood Announces Organizational Update

Millwood, Inc. has announced that Tom Paskert has joined the Company in the role of Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President.

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The Automation Revolution, Part 2: Automation at Millwood

In a recent blog post , we explored how automation, AI and robotics are helping to fortify the supply chain against future disruptions. As a critical link i n the supply chain, pallet manufacturing also benefits from automated processes, and Millwood is no exception.
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Millwood Opens Second Facility in Florence, SC

Millwood opened its 33rd facility in May with our second Florence, SC facility, Florence 2, which is on the same street as our original Florence facility. Florence 2 assemble s boxes while the original facility continue s to build pallets and crates.
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Made in America: Patriotic Pallet Projects

Independence Day is around the corner, and Americans are getting ready to celebrate with friends and family. Many of us will host or attend backyard barbecues, picnics and fireworks shows to celebrate as well as show gratitude for our country’s independence
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Millwood Offers Aid and Hope to Tornado Victims

In December 2021, a 1.5-mile-wide F4 tornado tore through 257 miles of western and central Kentucky, killing dozens of people and laying waste to entire towns. One of those towns was Bremen, Kentucky, a rural community with a population of only 350. Bremen lost 11 of its residents in the tornado, including a 5-month-old infant. Where buildings and homes once stood, only debris and devastation...

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Observing National Forklift Safety Day

Forklifts, also known as powered industrial trucks, are an integral part of the warehouse environment. They are compact and maneuverable, and they allow us to transport heavy loads quickly. Most warehouses and other industrial environments’ operations would come to a screeching halt if forklifts suddenly disappeared. 
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The Supply Chain’s Automation Revolution

Even before the pandemic launched the industry into a full-blown crisis, the supply chain was a complex and cumbersome beast. Each link on the chain must perform its function with as few errors as possible, a s bottlenecks at any point ripple through the rest of the chain. Using technology , we can mitigate the risk that any given link in the chain will fail, leading to a stronger and more...
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