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Fulton Systems: Critical Manufacturer to Essential Business

NORCROSS, Georgia (News release) -- Since 1924, Fulton Systems, Inc. is a strategic manufacturer and supplier to the pulp and paper industry. We provide thermodynamic and heat transfer equipment to raw paper machine and paper mill operations. This industry is an essential business as identified by the Department of Homeland Security document "Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce: Ensuring Community and National Resilience in COVID-19 Response, Version 1." As of 1991, the business operates at 5875 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Suite 330 Norcross, GA 30092.

As a provider of capital equipment, maintenance components and engineering services to paper mill producers, our systems and equipment are used specifically in the drying process of paper, tissue, towel, toilet paper, packaging grades, printing and writing, etc. The equipment is used to manage steam delivery and condensate removal which is required for paper machines to operate and product.

Additionally, Fulton Systems provides steam and thermodynamic process equipment to wood mills and defense industries.

Fulton Systems, Inc. holds capital equipment and critical high value inventory in our facility in various stages of assembly as we continue to manufacture and produce systems. This industry equipment is received and shipped to essential businesses by Fulton Systems, Inc.

As a result of COVID-19 epidemic, Fulton Systems, Inc. follows CDC recommendations and guidelines for social distancing in our office and shop, along with rigorous additional daily cleaning of all areas to minimize risk to our employees, contractors, and support staff.

If there are any questions regarding this notice, employee or contractor verification, please contact me.

Christian Coffman
Fulton Systems Inc.
Ph: 770-447-1400
Cell: 513-460-5885

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