One of Burnside's longest residents, Maritime Paper Products, was recently honoured with a Maritime Business Ethics Award from the Better Business Bureau serving the Atlantic provinces at the 7th Annual Maritime Business Ethics Awards.
Maritime Paper, which won in the Over 100 Employees Category, is a manufacturer of corrugated packaging. It was established in 1931 to service the needs of other local manufacturers and producers. It has grown over the years to four facilities in Atlantic Canada and with a highly skilled staff, now servicing an international client base.
The Maritime Business Ethics Award was created to recognize and honor organizations in the Maritimes that demonstrate ethical business practices.
Joining Maritime Paper on the winners' podium were:
• Homebridge Youth Society of Dartmouth, Non-Profit Category
• Lean Machine of Moncton, Under 15 Employees Category
• Templeton Properties of Halifax, 16-50 Employees Category
• Edmonds Landscape & Construction Services Limited of Halifax, 51-100 Employees Category.