October 22, 2017
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Comments for: Wilton mill looking to expand, add jobs

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  • Rocky4

    I’m going to blame this on LePage. Afterall, if it were closing, somebody would
    blame THAT on him wouldn’t they?

    • Anonymous

      I hope they don’t change their mind now that the Democrats took over the State. How dumb are the people of Maine, just when things were starting to turn around for the State the people vote back in tax, spend and regulate you to death Democrats.

  • Anonymous

    A little good news.

  • StillRelaxin

    “Veilleux modestly attributed the company’s success to its workers. They’ve worked on efficiency and sustainability.” If we are to compete in a world economy management and workers throughout this country need to start copying the management style and worker attitude expressed here. Good luck Wilton!

  • Anonymous

    Good job Jarden, now I ask the BDN to follow up this story with the exact name of the “Private label” so us Mainers can buy locally produced product. Lets support our own!

  • Anonymous

    Good story. I wish them well.

  • Rocky4

    What’s up with this new format? You guys Aren’t going to do that stupid
    Facebook “required” to post are you?? It has killed the PPH comments section
    as well as TBO Tampa/St.Pete

    • Anonymous

      No it keeps the idiots away

      • Rocky4

        hehehehehe…..It isn’t working check the mirror.
        ;+)……. just kidding…..relax

  • Anonymous

    Although employment means a good wage, insurance and a 401(k) plan, there’s still worker turnover and constant hiring.

    “It’s labor-intensive work,” Veilleux said.

    • Anonymous

      What’s your point?

      • Anonymous

        If you can’t figer that one out then im not telling you

        • Anonymous

          Rather than assuming and commenting on what I thought you meant, I figured that I’d ask what your point is, but all I got was a smart a** answer. I’ll keep that in mind when I see any more of your unintelligible posts.

          • Anonymous

            an you though you were smart HA the turn of is great at that place because the work is hard pritty they will hire people for other countries to work there

          • Anonymous

            Ok, so the work is hard, but it sounds like business is good and he gives credit to the workforce they have. The article doesn’t say anything about turnover/constant hiring as you mention. Do you have inside knowledge in regard to the amount of turnover at this facility and how the workforce in general feel about their jobs?

          • Anonymous

            although employment means a good wage, insurance and a 401(k) plan, there’s still worker turnover and constant hiring.

            “It’s labor-intensive work,” Veilleux said.

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