Jacob Vrooman began as an intern in Domtar’s Pulp and Paper Division. Today, he’s a successful engineer in our Personal Care Division. Learn more about a professional journey that led Vrooman from Arkansas to Spain.
Since 2007, we have reduced our recordable incident rate by 66 percent thanks to the leadership, engagement and focus demonstrated by nearly 10,000 colleagues worldwide. Learn more about our safety journey.
Domtar has been manufacturing and selling the Xerox® Paper and Specialty Media line of products since 2013. Take a look at how we’ve enhanced the Xerox Paper line and redesigned the packaging for better performance.
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.
For Kevin Siers, editorial cartoonist at the Charlotte Observer in North Carolina, paper is the perfect medium for creating his award-winning sketches. Learn more about his creative process and why paper beats technology for drawing.
In 1972, Domtar launched Cougar paper. Today, with more than 45 years of innovation and growth, Cougar has become the premium uncoated printing paper for design professionals and printers. Learn about the Cougar legacy.
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.
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 produces 2 million tons of market pulp annually. While the majority of the wood pulp is sold to some of the world’s largest tissue and towel manufacturers, we are continuing to innovate and find new and useful applications for this product.
The second installment in our series of facility profiles features the Nekoosa Mill in Nekoosa, Wisconsin. Read on to learn more about the mill, which produces paper, pulp, biomaterials, electricity and steam.