Our efforts to make our freight transportation practices more efficient are creating environmental and economic benefits. Learn more about how the Domtar Paper and Personal Care divisions are streamlining shipping.
In this second installment of our series on the Domtar Personal Care division, we explore the products we make for the personal hygiene market. Learn more about our brands and the way we innovate.
Incontinence is a difficult subject for many people, but customers who contact Home Delivery Incontinence Supplies looking for incontinence solutions will find a listening ear, a caring heart and a helping hand. Learn more about HDIS.
Domtar released preliminary financial results from the third 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.
The absorbent hygiene market is one of the fastest growing segments for pulp globally. The Domtar Personal Care division meets the diverse needs of its customers through effective, affordable and widely available personal care solutions.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to create new products at Domtar? We spoke with Harry Chmielewski, one of our senior research scientists, about the innovative technologies being developed in our Personal Care division.
Through our One Voice, One Company recruiting platform, we are attracting top-tier talent and building a strong workforce that will continue to support Domtar’s growth, sustainability and innovation through the next generation.
Our recent diaper innovations help us help families meet two important needs: keeping babies dry and keeping diapers affordable. See how our products help address diaper poverty and maintain skin health.
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.
Colleagues at Domtar’s Personal Care facility in Waco, Texas, recently assembled and delivered 1,500 baby care packages, which included books and diapers, to local organizations that help support low-income families.