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September 2008: For immediate Release
Rutland Plywood Corporation (RPC) has introduced the RiggerCore® brand of Industrial Strength Outrigger and Crane pads. These pads, made from our Northern Hardwood Plywood(NHP) are the strongest, most durable pads available. Certified, Independent testing laboratory tests have proven that the wood used in RiggerCore® is stiffer and stronger than the Russian Birch Plywood currently available. This strength, coupled with RPC's 50 year history of superior lamination technology, economies of scale and responsible forestry practices makes for an outrigger and crane pad that offers:
Outrigger and Crane pads are used anywhere an outrigger is used to stabilize a truck or heavy equipment. Outrigger pads are used in conjunction with a best practices safety programs to prevent accidents and injuries.
Rutland Plywood Corporation has just launched its first e-commerce solution for the BevCore© line of Hardwood Platforms for Beverage Stacking Applications. Click here to visit the BevCore® e-commerce site. By using BevCore® platforms, beverage distributors can stack beverage pallets higher without risking product damage and employee safety.
Now, on the BevCore® landing page users will have the option to go directly BevCore® e-Commerce site. Once at the site, users will be able to place orders for a BevCore® Single Pack (1 Piece), a BevCore® Trial Pack (4 Pieces) or a BevCore® Pallet Pack (60 Pieces). All of these products are in stock and ready to ship.
The e-commerce option will benefit warehouse and operations personnel by allowing them to order BevCore® products quickly and easily. By using BevCore® products, Warehouse and Operations personnel know that they using a product that is considered a vital part of “best practices” by beverage distributors nationwide.
In an effort to reduce formaldehyde emissions, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has enacted a new statute regarding composite wood products and how they are manufactured. Manufacturers of composite wood products as well as finished goods made from of Hardwood Plywood (HWPW), Particle Board (PB) and Medium Density Fibreboard(MDF) products have until January 1, 2009 to comply with the new initiative so that their goods may be legally sold in California.
In response to the stricter measures, many states as well as concerned manufacturers are looking to follow California’s lead on this important issue.
Formaldehyde emissions are a by product of the adhesives that are used in the plywood manufacturing process. In order to serve our customer base better, Rutland Plywood Corporation is working with several adhesive manufacturers to offer composite wood products that can comply with these regulations.