Norbord has celebrated SterlingOSB’s 30th anniversary with a party at its Inverness plant.

Norbord’s staff celebrates 30 years of SterlingOSB production

Published:  11 June, 2015

Wood panel manufacturer Norbord has celebrated SterlingOSB’s 30th anniversary with a party at its Inverness plant.

The UK manufacturer of engineered wood products marked this milestone with a celebration day for all of its employees, retired employees and their families on Saturday 6 June.

A bouncy castle, bungee run, inflatable slide and colouring competition was available for the children to enjoy, while the adults were able to tour the mill and see the changes that have been introduced over the years.

Jerry Jones, site manager of Norbord’s Morayhill plant, said: “Over the last 30 years, we have witnessed many changes, and have always remained at the heart of the Inverness community, as well being the UK’s number one OSB supplier.

“Our incredible staff here at Morayhill are what makes our company so successful. Their dedication and spirit has been unfailing and made us a stronger company as a result.

“We have forged strong community relationships and grown to become one of the largest employers in the area, so we thought a celebration for the whole family to join in would be the perfect way to celebrate this milestone. I hope everyone had as much fun as we did and look forward to further developments at Norbord in the future.”

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