Riverdale Mills Employee

Leah has been at Riverdale since 2021.

In this position she cuts panels from rolls of welded wire mesh to produce a finished panel that meets customer quality and size specifications. She then stacks them onto pallets to prepare for shipping.

According to Leah: “My co-workers are friendly and helpful and they are great to work with. I love running and operating the wire mesh machines. The work is fast-paced but easy to learn and my shift goes by quickly”

Fence News USA

Women Leaders at Riverdale Mills are Wired for Success

By Fence News Staff Writer - January 2021

Females are making big career strides in the manufacturing industry, demonstrating that modern manufacturing offers rewarding careers with limitless opportunity for growth, regardless of gender. The women at Riverdale Mills in Central Massachusetts have certainly made a huge impact on their company and their industry, from the upper levels of management to the manufacturing floor.

Industry Week: 50th Anniversary Special Edition

Consider the Lobster Trap

By Laura Putre

For IndustryWeek’s 50th anniversary issue, thinkers and doers shared their prophecies for manufacturing’s next 50 years. They had big predictions about where tech will take us, how work will change, and how what matters today might be very different in 2070.

Telegram & Gazette

Women of Riverdale Mills Build the Future of Manufacturing

By Susan Spencer - March 1, 2020

NORTHBRIDGE — The legacy of Rosie the Riveter lives on at Riverdale Mills Corp. in the form of 4-foot-10-inch, but hard-as-nails, Pricilla Jacques.

NPR Marketplace

U.S. Manufacturers are Adjusting Supply Chains Due to Coronavirus

By Sabri Ben-Achour and Rose Conlon - February 11, 2020

The Chinese government is urging people in areas less affected by the coronavirus outbreak to go back to work this week, telling farmers not to miss the spring planting season and asking large companies aim towards production targets.

Boston, MA – October 28, 2019 – Representative David K. Muradian, Jr. (R-Grafton) recently awarded Riverdale Mills Corporation “Manufacturer of the Year” for the 9th Worcester District. This award recognizes the contributions and success of manufacturers in the Commonwealth and reflects Rep. Muradian’s enduring support of companies in his district.

Worcester Business Journal

Riverdale CEO Leads Company into New Era of Manufacturing

By Zachary Comeau - August 6, 2019

Riverdale Mills CEO James Knott Jr. was given a leadership award from the National Association of Manufacturers this spring.

Fish Focus UK

Prestigious Award for Riverdale Mills CEO

By Commercial Fishing Staff Writer - July 4, 2019

Riverdale Mills CEO James M. Knott, Jr. has earned a 2019 Manufacturing Leadership Award from the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). The Awards honour organizations and individuals shaping the future of global manufacturing.

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Riverdale Mills CEO James Knott Receives Leadership Award

By Staff Writer - May 5, 2019

NORTHBRIDGE — Riverdale Mills Corp. CEO James M. Knott Jr. has received a Manufacturing Leadership Award in the Visionary Leadership category from the National Association of Manufacturers.

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

One on One: Debra A. Krikorian, Chief Financial Officer of Riverdale Mills

By Lisa Eckelbecker - March 31, 2019

NORTHBRIDGE — Riverdale Mills Corp. sits on a placid stretch of the Blackstone River and turns out products that can end up in significantly more rough-and-tumble environments.

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