Government regulations can be a blessing or a burden, but transparency helps keep the process fair. Not so with shadow regulations. Learn what Domtar CEO John D. Williams has to say about these questionable practices.
Manufacturing jobs often require shift work. Rotating schedules can be appealing to workers who enjoy having time off at nonpeak hours. Learn more about shift work and the benefits it offers our colleagues.
Two social media influencers participated in a sustainable forestry tour made possible by Domtar, Procter & Gamble and several nonprofit partners. The event is just one way we’re educating the next generation about responsible manufacturing.
Our Kingsport Mill hosted several industry professionals during an educational event. Attendees learned about our industry and our approach to paper production. Read more about how we are educating the next generation of workers.
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.
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.
Domtar joined other companies across North America in celebrating Manufacturing Day in October. Our goal was to inspire the next generation of manufacturers by showcasing the many career opportunities available in the pulp and paper industry. We invited local students to visit several of our mills and plants for tours, Q&A sessions and hands-on activities […]
You may not have heard of Engineered Absorbent Materials, but you’ve probably benefitted from its absorbent cores, which are used in diapers, food packaging, medical products and more. Learn about this Domtar subsidiary.
As many U.S. cities move to ban plastic drinking straws, consumers and manufacturers are scrambling for a biodegradable alternative. Are paper drinking straws the solution? Learn more about this growing market.