With more than a century of Kingsport history under its belt, Domtar begins a new chapter with a definitive agreement to be acquired by an international conglomerate owned entirely by a member of a billionaire Indonesian family, Jackson Widjaja.

One positive outcome of the pandemic and the implantation of distributed work has been a sharp drop in paper consumption: some large paper companies are closing factories to adapt to a market that no longer demands reams and reams of paper for photocopiers and printers as companies overnight were forced to move the vast majority of their admin to an electronic format.

Answering the call to help the Québec government in its efforts to vaccinate the population, Kruger is proud to have partnered with the Integrated University Health and Social Services Centre (CIUSSS) for the Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec regions, and with the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), for the dedication of the very first mobile vaccination clinic to hit the road in Québec.

Research and technology is key to the work Irving Woodlands is doing today. Whether a forester is using technology to provide real-time updates from their on-the-ground assessments or the team is relying on technology to architect the efficient delivery of more than 20 forest products to over 30 mills across 30,000km, innovation is continuing to drive our business forward.

Far away from metropolises in a dreamy landscape of greenery, rolling hills, and a lazy river, lies Rosenthal am Rennsteig. People who appreciate a high recreational value in their free time live in this idyllic location where there is something for everyone.

WASHINGTON -- As U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai prepares to meet her Canadian and Mexican counterparts on Monday to review progress in the new North American trade agreement, she is under pressure from home builders and lawmakers to cut U.S. tariffs on Canadian lumber.

Glatfelter Corporation (NYSE: GLT), a leading global supplier of engineered materials, today announced it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Georgia-Pacific’s U.S. nonwovens business for $175 million, subject to customary purchase price adjustments.

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