Domtar’s Ridgefields paper converting facility transforms paper rolls from our Kingsport Mill into reams of copy and printer paper as well as many other everyday paper products. Learn more.
A 2017 survey by Two Sides North America found that people prefer to read on paper. They also think print content offers greater information credibility than digital content. Learn more about the survey results.
Young printers are the future of our industry. These digital natives offer a fresh perspective that could change everything for the better. Find out why, and learn how printing veterans can mentor up-and-coming print professionals.
What do religious texts, pharmaceutical inserts and financial reports have in common? They’re all made of lightweight paper. Learn more about this market, and find out why Domtar is a leading supplier in North America.
We believe the U.S. Postal Service provides a vital service. How will the Postal Service Reform Act of 2017 affect the printing, mailing and paper industries? Learn more about the act and why Domtar supports it.
Domtar is leading the shift from fossil fuels to a bio-based economy using the most renewable alternative on the planet: trees. Learn how our research in biomaterials science is paving the way for new product opportunities.
In the age of digital marketing, do printed catalogs still matter? Research shows that consumers respond well to print marketing; as a result, brands are innovating with smarter, more targeted, more strategic catalogs. Learn more.
Did you know that reading aids memory, slows cognitive decline and helps people learn? The Paper and Packaging Board recommends setting a reading goal of 15 pages a day. Find out why, and learn how you can take the pledge.
Domtar makes a range of industrial papers for use in sandpaper, paint masking paper, paint filters and other hard-working products for home and business. Find out why this market segment offers both stability and growth potential.
New research shows that students and parents overwhelmingly prefer paper to technology when it comes to education. Find out why paper remains essential for productive learning in the latest Paper and Packaging Board Back-to-School Report.