Have you ever noticed that you're more loyal to brands that offer great customer service and also meet your company needs? As we move into our busiest mulch season, we know that our success depends on the reliability of our equipment and the people who service it.
Our operation consists of a fully automated saw room that produces our component parts, a new pallet assembly line, a repair and remanufacture assembly line, and a pallet dismantle line - all fitted with or powered by some of the latest technology in the industry. The company is a full-service pallet manufacturing operation providing businesses in the food industries, the paper industry and a variety of other industries, with reconditioned, remanufactured and new pallets.
In Wisconsin, our February snowfalls shattered previous records for the month, and as we begin March, we’re facing more measurable snowfall yet to come. It’s been colder than average too, so our wood pellet customers have their stoves fired up round the clock to supplement their other heat. All of this, plus a challenge for some pellet producers with getting a good supply of wood to make pellets, leads to the perfect conditions for an industry-wide shortage.
Our bedding product is produced by grinding dry wood from old pallet wood and other wood waste. The wood is ground to a fine consistency by our RotoChopper wood processing machine, and any metal is extracted.
The finished product is very dry compared to industry standard. (Lab Tested at the UW Experimental farm to have a 12-14% moisture content), The bedding has a fine texture consistency that is very absorbent with less dust, and it tends to hold up longer in high moisture with out turning soggy as the traditional sawdust or shaving products do.