The global disposable medical supply market is growing, especially in emerging economies. That’s driving greater demand for Domtar medical paper, which is used in product packaging, gowns, drapes and more.
It’s the time of year when our mailboxes are filled with brightly colored envelopes stuffed with paper holiday greeting cards. Learn how this tradition began and why it’s still an important part of the holidays.
How did Domtar celebrate Manufacturing Day? Eight of our facilities hosted tours and/or participated in career fairs to teach others about the paper industry and the many manufacturing careers available at Domtar.
Have you ever thought about food packaging paper? Probably not, but this everyday product make a difference in our lives. Domtar makes sandwich wraps, popcorn bags and other specialized products for restaurants and food manufacturers.
Engaging sustainable suppliers has been challenging for many companies. How can you encourage your vendors to adopt sustainability? Here are five lessons we’ve learned in our work with the vendors in our value chain.
An estimated 5.58 million children in the United States under age three lack an adequate supply of diapers. Domtar’s new Comfort and Care diaper donation program aims to help reduce adult and baby diaper poverty.
Research shows that direct-mail advertising generates high response rates, but what makes it so appealing to advertisers and consumers? Find out what the experts have to say about the benefits of direct mail.
When it’s sustainably sourced and manufactured, paper is an eco-friendly product. But surveys show that people don’t always believe it. In this article, we use facts to debunk three common paper myths.
When it comes to learning, paper plays an incredibly important role. The Paper and Packaging Board’s 2016 back-to-school report explains why students are more engaged and better prepared when using paper for their academic pursuits.