Avery Dennison and Croda recognize committment on board

PHOTO PROVIDED Pictured from left, Emilie Oishi, Safety and Health Manager-Croda; Robert Strouse, Site Director-Croda; outgoing members Marissa Morgan, Jackie Whitling Dumm and Dorie Gilmore, and Rachel Blei, Plant Manager-Avery Dennison.

MILL HALL — The Croda and Avery Dennison Community Advisory Council (CAC) recently recognized the commitment to serve on the board for three outgoing members: Dorie Gilmore, Dr. Jackie Whitling Dumm, and Marissa Morgan.

The advisory group was established in 2001 to better educate the community about Croda and Avery Dennison; to enhance peoples’ understanding of the local manufacturers, including their primary focus on operating a safe, healthy, secure, and environmentally friendly sustainable business.

Avery Dennison operates their Mill Hall manufacturing facility in Bald Eagle Township. Avery Dennison Corporation is a global materials science and manufacturing company specializing in designing and manufacturing a wide variety of labeling and functional materials.

Croda operates their Mill Hall manufacturing facility in Bald Eagle Township. Croda, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Croda International Plc, a U.K.-based manufacturer and worldwide supplier of natural-based specialty chemicals that are sold to virtually every type of industry.

If you are interested in learning more about the Croda/Avery Dennison Community Advisory Council, please contact Laurie Welch at 570-660-3339.


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