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Pulping control operators operate and monitor multi-function process control machinery and equipment to control the processing of wood, scrap pulp, recyclable paper and other cellulose materials in the production of pulp. They are employed by pulp and paper companies.
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- Co-ordinate and monitor the operation of screening equipment, washing equipment, digesters, mixing tanks and other pulp processing equipment from automated panel boards in central control room to control the processing of wood, scrap pulp, recyclable paper and other cellulose materials
- Observe panel indicators, gauges, video monitors and other instruments from central control room to detect equipment malfunctions and ensure pulp processes are operating within prescribed production limits
- Analyze instrument readings and production test samples and make adjustments, or direct pulp machine operators to make adjustments to pulp production process and equipment as required
- Complete and maintain production reports.
Outlook & Prospects for Pulping Control Operators in Moncton--Richibucto Region
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Local Employment Potential Information
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Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Apr 07 - Apr 11, 2014
- The provincial government has invested $2.65M in two infrastructure projects to improve the municipal water system in Bouctouche in 2014. Caraquet-based Foulem Construction Ltd. and Sackville-based Beale and Inch Construction Ltd. will do the work.
- A new restaurant, Guacamole Mexican Street Food, has opened at the corner of University Avenue and Mountain Road in Moncton
- Hogg Robinson Group, an international company specializing in corporate travel arrangements, will open a training facility and employ 50 people within two years in Moncton. The company will develop partnerships with local colleges that could lead to more student seats in travel and tourism programs, and will benefit from a provincial payroll rebate program.
- PepsiCo Beverages Canada will shut down its warehouse in Moncton, and the work will be taken over by a third-party operator, Armour Logistics. A total of 43 employees in Moncton and Dartmouth, N.S. will be laid off.
- Bonte Foods will expand the raw meats and fresh meals division at its plant in Dieppe, while discontinuing its sauce and bakery operations. Twenty new positions will be added initially, and the number could rise to 50 or 60 within two years.
- The former Deware¿s Supermarket on Elmwood Drive in Moncton will be demolished in the spring, and the property converted into a service centre with space for a number of potential businesses
- The Conference Board of Canada predicts the Moncton economy will grow by 2% in 2014, due to increases in the construction, finance and insurance, real estate, business services, and transportation and warehousing industries. The city¿s economy grew by 1.7% in 2013.
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