DOMTAR


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DOMTARDominion Tar & Chemical Company Limited (called only DOMTAR, Ltd in 1965)
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Part of Domtar's Paper Made Here program, this film demonstrates how North American paper companies, like Domtar, positively impact the lives of North American workers, their families, and their local communities.
Williams, Domtar s President and Chief Executive Officer.
We are confident that John, together with our strong management team, will successfully position Domtar to achieve its value potential in the years ahead.
Kaizen--an approach that Domtar also uses at its other mills and facilities--is focused on problem resolution and improvement, using cross-functional, multi-discipline teams that include representatives from operations, maintenance, accounting, technical, purchasing, and other mill groups.
Domtar will receive approximately $14 million from closure costs and asset write-offs.
Last July, Domtar completed a refinancing program by repurchasing $552 million of existing debt and issuing $275 million of new notes and debentures that carried coupons of 8.
I was first drawn to Domtar and Insync Media when I created Neil Young's 'Greendale' book and was impressed by their commitments to environmental sustainability.
Sustainability at Domtar shapes our decisions and optimizes our performance," explained John D.
Royer, as President and CEO, will lead an organization of nearly 14,000 employees with a management team composed of executives from Domtar and Weyerhaeuser paper operations.
We are pleased to form a partnership with Day because, as a long-time supplier, we have gained an appreciation of their expertise and know-how," said Richard Garneau, senior vice-president, Domtar forest products group.
Boniferro says last November's announcement by Domtar that the mill would be ceasing operations as of Jan.
Domtar Solutions Smooth Carrara White cover paper, one of the 13 products in the Domtar EarthChoice line of socially and environmentally responsible papers.