Domtar is one of the world’s largest producers of wood pulp, which is used to create pulp, paper, personal care items, specialty papers and other everyday products. Learn more about this part of our business.
Our Ashdown Mill uses drone solutions to complete critical forestry tasks, such as monitoring the health of our forests and measuring wood chip piles. Find out how drones help us work quickly, safely and efficiently.
For many colleagues, working at Domtar has become a family tradition that spans four or five generations. Read the stories of several of our colleagues whose family histories are intertwined with Domtar’s history.
Domtar released preliminary financial results from the second quarter of 2017, and CEO John D. Williams commented on corporate performance. View highlights from this Domtar quarterly financial report and an infographic of key data.
Domtar released preliminary financial results from the first quarter of 2017, and CEO John D. Williams commented on corporate performance. View highlights from this Domtar quarterly financial report and an infographic of key data.
In 2015, Domtar and Procter & Gamble joined forces under a single mission: Increase the supply of Forest Stewardship Council-certified wood fiber for the industry. This ensures a sustainable supply chain not just for Domtar and P&G products but for other companies that use FSC-certified wood fiber.
A newly converted fluff pulp machine at the Ashdown Mill in Ashdown, Arkansas, is up and running after nearly two years of preparation and construction. The mill will supply fluff pulp for diapers and incontinence products.
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.