Domtar makes products that people around the world rely on every day. We design, manufacture, market and distribute a wide variety of pulp, paper and personal care products from copy paper to baby diapers.
But how we do things is as important as what we do. In every industry we serve, we continually find ways to do a better job. Develop a better – more...product. Improve a manufacturing process. Manage natural resources responsibly and make the best use of every asset we have. We work efficiently, lead quietly and let our products and customer service do the talking.
Throughout our history, we’ve relied on our agility to meet the demands of an evolving world. Today, our spirit of innovation drives deliberate improvement and our commitment to caring runs deep. We constantly find better ways to serve our customers, support our employees and strengthen our communities. It’s just our way of doing things.
Pulp and Paper Division
We are the largest integrated manufacturer and marketer of uncoated freesheet paper in North America, and one of the largest manufacturers of pulp in the world.
Our network of 13 pulp and paper mills and 10 paper converting facilities gives us 3 million tons of papermaking capacity and 1.8 million air-dried metric tons (ADMT) of market pulp capacity annually to help us to serve our customers, support our employees and strengthen our communities.
That’s how pulp and paper make life better every day.
Personal Care Division
Domtar’s Personal Care division was created in 2011 with the purchase of Attends Healthcare, and has since grown through multiple strategic acquisitions and investments. Today, Domtar is a leading manufacturer of high-quality and innovative absorbent hygiene products with six manufacturing plants that serve customers primarily in North America and Europe.
Each year we manufacture and ship billions of products for adults, babies and children that help improve their quality of life. – less
Written by PAPER MAKER (Former Employee) from Cornwall, ON on 30 April 2020
Was able to attain many great friendships, job ethics, and learning experiences. Working at domtar for 19 years, worked many different jobs, gave me the confidante and experience, that I use In everyday life.
What are people saying about the leadership at Domtar?
of employees approve of John D. Williams’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 111 ratings
Good people but company moving to USA
Written by Manager (Former Employee) from Montréal, QC on 19 March 2020
Fine people, challenging and interesting work. Upper Management is below average in my opinion. They lack a vision and don’t work well as a team. Would still say a good place to work but they are slowly moving to USA