Domtar released preliminary financial results from the third quarter of 2018, and CEO John D. Williams commented on corporate performance. View highlights from this Domtar quarterly financial report and an infographic of key data.
What will happen to your assets after you’re gone? Proper planning and organization — along with lots of paper copies — can help your loved ones execute your estate plan without a hitch. Find out why paper matters, in the end.
Domtar colleagues are celebrating 50 years of continuous operation in Ashdown, Arkansas. Learn more about Ashdown Mill’s long history as an industry leader, a responsible manufacturer and a community partner.
The Conservation Fund’s Working Forest Fund bought more than 32,000 acres of land near our Johnsonburg Mill to preserve forestland for years to come. Learn more about this project and why we celebrate conservation efforts like this.
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.
October is Manufacturing Month, and we’re celebrating by highlighting two young engineers who came to Domtar as interns and stayed as full-time employees. Find out why they chose a career with Domtar.
As part of our Hurricane Florence relief efforts, we have donated diapers and provided financial assistance to organizations in North and South Carolina. Learn more about how we’re giving back to our communities.
For Wilson’s Business Solutions, quality and sustainability are critical to business success. That’s why the company selected Domtar as its supplier and as a partner in making Dryden, Ontario, a better place to live and work.
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.