PICKAWAY – On May 21, 2020 Sofidel Corporation of Pickaway donated a huge stockpile of toilet paper to area retirement communities.
According to Bobbie Barns admissions/Marking of Logan Elm Health care the company contacted them asking if they had need.
“They wanted to know if we had what we needed to take care of the seniors in the home, when we told them we were in need they showed up the next day with two truckloads!”
On social media Logan Elm said, “A huge THANK YOU to Sofidel for their very kind and thoughtful donation!!!! We sincerely appreciate the local support of our community business partners!”
Sofidel donated 100 24 packs of toilet paper to this facility alone they said they were going to make their way around to other facilities
Luigi Lazzareschi, Sofidel CEO in a interview with Sciotopost said how Pickaway County workers are, “more hungry and more focused employees than they have in other plants they operate. They seem more motivated and more engaged than most employees they have dealt with.”
In an international article he talks about how important the Circleville location is, and plans for expansion from the 300 employee plant to a 700 employee plant in 2021. Lazzareschi during the interview talked about wanting to produce a private label and that Circleville was pivotal for that.
U.S. Senator Rob Portman visited Sofidel late last year and said what a amazing plant for Ohio.
Sofidel CEO also talks about needed to expand in the area with, “innovative technology, proximity to markets, and sustainability.”
CDP is a global disclosure system that enables companies, cities, states and regions to measure and manage their environmental impacts. In 2018, Sofidel improved its score in the Climate Change and Forests Timber categories.
Sofidel, one of the global leading manufacturers of tissue paper for hygienic and domestic use, has further improved its performance within the CDP Report 2018, a global disclosure system that enables companies, cities, states and regions to measure and manage their environmental impacts. The Group – particularly well-known for its Regina brand – has been awarded an A- rating in the Climate Change category and an A- rating in the Forests Timber category, in both cases earning a place in the highest (Leadership) scoring echelons of the report.
In its sector, Paper & Forestry, Sofidel ranked among the top businesses in the Climate Change category, above the sector average at global (C) and European (B-) level, and among the top businesses in the Forests Timber category, above the sector average at global (B-) and European (B-) level.
Sofidel recently expanded its global distribution in Circleville Ohio, opening its biggest most modern facility yet. Sofidel began operations in 2012 and today is present in 6 other states Nevada, Florida, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Mississippi, and Pennsylvania. Currently Sofidel is constructing another facility in Inola, Oklahoma.