First to receive the energy management certification from the Bureau de normalisation du Québec.
Plants produce 9 million cases of tissue products annually and employ 213 workers.
Offers in-nature experiences from short boardwalk strolls to day-long hikes in cities and remote locations across Canada.
Expands the tissue manufacturer’s US footprint.
Longhorn Paper Converting expands Quebec paper company’s reach into US markets.
Will increase production by 20,000 tonnes and preserve 600 jobs.
Purchase of Florida company counters dwindling paper demand.
$270 million investment in Calhoun pulp mill is its largest since it exited bankruptcy protection five years ago.
GreenHarvest tissue and paper towels will include 20% of the rapidly renewable fibre.
A $55 million investment in Wagram, NC moves it closer to key markets.
30 employees affected, production moving to NY and Laval.
Paper products maker Cascades Inc. has bought three new Ontario storage and converting facilities for an undisclosed price.
Natural Resources Minister Jerome Kennedy says Newfoundland and Labrador will consider any plan to save its last paper mill owned by Kruger but won’t offer direct subsidies.
Cascades Inc. is closing its Norampac plant in Le Gardeur, Que. as it continues to consolidate the division’s corrugated converting operations in the province.
Cascades is selling its two US boxboard plants as part of its strategy to focus more on core packaging and tissue paper operations.