The Security and Exchange Commission’s Rule 30e-3 would limit investor access to paper financial statements. Domtar is joining a legal challenge of the ruling. Learn more about Rule 30e-3 and its potential impact on investors.
Our forests might be the answer to the world’s growing plastic crisis. We spoke with Mark DeAndrea, vice president and business unit leader for Domtar’s BioMaterials Innovation team, about the present and future of wood-based biomaterials.
Our seven communication paper mills are reporting record slush pulp and paper production for 2018, thanks to hard work and effective continuous improvement measures. Learn more about how we exceeded expectations and made Domtar history.
Volunteers from our Johnsonburg Mill worked with the Johnsonburg Area High School to create the Domtar Learning Lounge. Learn more about this Domtar-funded project and why we promote childhood literacy.
In 21st-century manufacturing, the best decisions are based on data. Find out how continuous manufacturing performance data from each of our 13 pulp and paper mills helps us optimize output.
Domtar leaders will take part in a diversity panel organized by 2020 Women on Boards. The Charlotte, North Carolina, event highlights the benefits of board diversity. Learn more about our position on this important topic.
Will new trade tariffs and trade agreements affect the pulp and paper industry? We spoke with Tom Howard, vice president of government relations, to learn what he thinks about the growing duties in imports and exports.
Several Domtar volunteers, including our CEO John D. Williams, recently spent time at Camp Blue Skies, a camp that was founded in 2010 for adults with disabilities. Find out why our colleagues invest time in this organization.