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Pillar Award Winners 2021

Millwood’s pillar award is the most prestigious award given by the company. The award represents our four pillars: trust, discipleship, integrity and servitude. All of Millwood strives to act in accordance with these pillars to the best of their ability. For those who go above and beyond, we acknowledge them with the pillar award.
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Millwood Team Members Earn Reward Trip

Over the past year, Millwood team members have been setting and achieving lofty fiscal and budgetary goals across a wide variety of departments and locations. As a reward for their hard work and accomplishments, many Millwood team members at corporate and at the management level qualified for an all-inclusive trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Because COVID restrictions prevent ed a trip...
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Pallets as Christmas Gifts

Christmas is almost here, and gifts for family and friends are a top priority for many of us. Issues with the global supply chain have made online and in-store shopping more strained than in years past, putting that much more pressure to get those gifts in time for the holiday. One way to get around that is to make your own gifts! Pallet projects are a popular way to make your own decorations,...
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Millwood’s Thankfulness Project Returns

Amid the holiday season, gratitude and thankfulness are at the forefront of our minds. Many of us use this time to celebrate with our families and reflect on the blessings of the past year. For the past several years, Millwood has also used this time to reflect on the blessings we experience in the workplace through our annual T hankfulness P roject. 
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Happy Thanksgiving!

"Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful."- Colossians 3:15

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Meet Millwood’s Newest Plant Managers: Kelly Singerline and Rosa Marin

Millwood has recently promoted two new plant managers from within the company. Rosa Marin, who was previously a recruiter on our HR team, is now plant manager of our Rochester, NY facility, and Kelly Singerline, who served as plant administrator at South River, NJ for 17 years, is now the plant manager of that facility. 
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Consumers Feel the Pain of Supply Chain Strain

Consumer goods are more expensive and harder to get than years past, yet demand continues to grow with no signs of slowing down, especially going into the holiday season. American shoppers, now accustomed to receiving their items in two days with one click, are growing less confident in the supply chain , with only 55 percent reporting they are confident that retailers will fulfill their...
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Millwood’s Virtual Halloween Parade 2021

Prior to COVID-19, Halloween was a favorite in-office experience for our corporate team members. When cubicle trick-or-treating was no longer a safe option, we celebrated virtually with a parade of costume and decoration photos. We’ve repeated that new tradition this year with photos of team members, their children, grandchildren and decorations, as well as celebrations held at our facilities...
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Five Terms for Filter Sock Scholars

Millwood may be known for the packaging side of its business, but our CORE Erosion Control Services brand carries an entirely different type of product. CORE manufactures and distributes products used to protect water from the harmful effects of the construction industry.  They’re made of natural, recycled materials and reduce environmental risk associated with erosion and sedimentation. 
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Former NFL Player Steve Grant Visits Glenwillow

The team at Millwood’s Glenwillow, OH facility recently had a visit from Steve Grant, a former NFL player who now works with Sports World, an organization that sends athletes to different locations to speak about their life experiences and the importance of making positive choices. 
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