The facility will operate as Graham Pallet, a Millwood Inc. company. Chip Trebilcock, Millwood's president, is leading the project to install new equipment and upgrade the plant into a "state-of-the-art" pallet production facility.
"We're excited to add Graham to the Millwood family of companies," said Ron Ringness, executive vice president of sales, marketing, and technology. "This reflects our commitment to control the flow of materials in the southeastern U.S. and to grow as a fully-diversified manufacturing company." Millwood already operates three pallet recycling locations in Tennessee and Georgia.
"Millwood brings us a broad range of new resources," added Mike Scoby, plant manager. "There's not an area of our operations where they have not been able to bring in expertise and new capabilities to what we do here."