Canadian Manufacturing

L’Hôpital de Gatineau staff to receive tissue product care packages from Kruger Products

by CM Staff   

Manufacturing Public Sector

The initiative is part of Kruger products' #RollingItForward program

The #RollingItForward initiative aims to deliver 90,000 units of product to 30,000 frontline workers. PHOTO: Adrian Anvari

QUEBEC – On May 5, more than 1,200 frontline healthcare workers at L’Hôpital de Gatineau will receive care packages of made-in-Quebec tissue products courtesy of Kruger Products’ Gatineau Mills.

The initiative is part of Kruger products’ #RollingItForward program, in which Kruger will give Cashmere, Purex, SpongeTowels and Scotties to frontline healthcare workers at several hospitals in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.

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“Our team of 400 employees wants to recognize the healthcare heroes who put their lives on the line to protect us every day,” said Daniel Morneau, general manager at the Gatineau Mills, in a prepared statement.


“And today we’re #RollingItForward with much-needed gifts of Cashmere Bathroom Tissue, SpongeTowels Paper Towel and Scotties Facial Tissue in partnership with Mercedes-Benz Canada.”

The Gatineau Mills employs more than 400 people who manufacture and distribute tissue products across Canada.


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