Livermore Falls, ME – October 20, 2017 – PalletOne of Maine recently earned top honors from The Maine Wood Products Association for their contributions to innovation in the local forest-based economy. The annual “Pine Tree Award” was presented to managers of the Livermore Falls, ME facility, whose recent sawmill expansion project has significantly increased their productivity and efficiency.
The Livermore Falls mill is specifically designed to turn low grade hardwood logs into high grade pallet stock and is now consistently in the top 20 hardwood producing mills in the United States. The sawmilling operation follows a predetermined schedule to maximize efficiency and yield in a lean manufacturing environment. This facility also has the capability of producing over 10,000 pallets per day, making it the largest pallet operation in the Northeast.
Maine’s U.S. Senators, Angus King and Susan Collins, will tour the Livermore Falls location in the coming months to congratulate them on this honor.
The Maine Wood Products Association (MWPA) is a business association comprised of wood manufacturers, sawmills and associate members to the industry. They seek to improve the competitive position of its members and build quality employment in the State by sharing technical, marketing and business expertise.
PalletOne CEO Howe Wallace
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