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year-long consolidation project. “Logistically, it was a huge challenge but we didn’t miss a beat. We didn’t sacrifice
progressed, Rusken partnered with ACS Conveyor on new conveyor and Rustburg, Virginia based SeeMotionUSA to helped with the installation of Rusken Conyers’ main line, including an automated strapping section. While no converting equipment was moved from Mul- len & Company in Canton, its “book of business” was, as was some tooling and office equipment. The company’s Amtech operating system was coordinated with the oper- ations at E. Smith and Conyers. CSC owns, operates and maintains the two 110-inch BHS corrugators; a 2001 vintage singlewall machine pro- duces B, C and E flute and a 2011 vintage doublewall ma- chine produces BC and EB. Not including existing CSC employees operating the two BHS corrugators running two shifts, Rusken has 70 employees in its newly consoli- dated facilities. Only a few new hires to the maintenance team were needed. All other machine operators and office staff, including the customer service team, remains intact, as does the management team that continues to oper- ate E. Smith Box. Steve Ingram is the General Manager at Rusken Conyers. “There were a lot of details involved in fulfilling an or- der when half our machines and tooling were in one place and the other half were in another, but our team pulled together and got the job done,” said Andy Bell, Sales and Marketing Project Manager at Rusken Packaging of the
any capacity and made it a point to maintain communica- tions with our customers throughout.” Two 110-inch BHS corrugators owned and operated by Corru- gated Supplies Company (CSC) provides Rusken Conyers with an ample supply of containerboard.
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March 29, 2021
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