LAVAL -- "To support the essential needs of its customers in the fight against the Coronavirus," Uniboard said its Sayabec particleboard and thermally fused laminate facility is operating at a limited capacity suitable to maintain strict sanitation guidelines.  James Hogg, Uniboard's president and CEO, said Uniboard’s Sayabec facility is operating at a limited capacity and under a strict sanitation protocol to fulfill essential orders. He also mentioned that Uniboard is restarting its Mt. Laurier MDF facility on April 15 to satisfy critical MDF needs. "Our facilities are operating under strict COVID-19 guidelines with reduced manpower to ensure the health and well-being of our employees, our customers, our suppliers and the communities in which we live," said Hogg.

Hogg said Uniboard sales, customer service representatives remain fully available, working from home, with their regular contact numbers and emails and are available to update Uniboard’s customers on the status of orders and other important information.  He also mentioned Uniboard’s warehouses are able to ship TFL, HPL, MDF or particleboard to essential supply chains such as healthcare manufacturers or home repair centers and their value chains - as defined in the COVID-19 guidelines.   "We are proud to service our partners across all critical value chains in the common fight against the coronavirus across North America," he said.  Visit Uniboard.
 

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