Mill Essentials: Getting Back to the Mill, Safely

A woman wearing a mask in the darn tough mill in northfield, Vermont

With a few government orders to fulfill, we worked out some safe operating protocols to get things running again at our Mill in Northfield, VT, even if just a little. Here's just a few of the people we were happy to see

Smiles You Can't Mask

Rhonda smiling behind her mask

It was good to see Rhonda back and you'll have to trust us when we say there was smile under that mask.

Technicians Saving the Day

Master technician Adnan working on a knitting machine

It had been several days since the machines were humming. Techs like Adnan here made short work and had socks moving.

Dixie working on a machine

Dixie bringing her own expertise to our knitting machines.

All Is Well

Jen making sure there's enough yarn

The sight of Jen keeping the yarn flowing was comforting. Like all was well.

Amy at the Mill

Amy isn't often alone down one of these aisles, but on this day she kind of had to be.

No Hold Ups

Alex wearing his cowboy hat moving boxes

Alex pulling things out of packaging to shipping. A train runs through Northfield (10:36 a.m. by most accounts), and close to our facilities. No word on if Alex considered holding it up. 

This Guy

Carle handing out masks

Carle isn't just fixture of Northfield, he commands the team that keep our buildings running. His preparation for a small group safely returning to work was without question. Pictured here running a group of 12 through the steps and ready to hand out masks.


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