14 January 2021
Domtar Sells Personal Care Business To Enter Containerboard Market
FORT MILL, SOUTH CAROLINA—
Originally owned by Mead, sold to Weyerhaeuser than bought by Domtar
Originally owned by Mead, sold to Weyerhaeuser than bought by Domtar
 Domtar  has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Personal Care business to American Industrial Partners for $920 million. Domtar has said it is reinforcing its focus on building an industry-leading Paper, Pulp and Packaging company.  Domtar has decided to enter the containerboard market. The Kingsport, Tennessee mill is being  converted to continerboard,  with the ability to produce  approximately 600,000 tons
North America's largest uncoated free sheet manufacturer
North America's largest uncoated free sheet manufacturer
of high-quality recycled linerboard and corrugated medium, by the end of 2022.  The Company will have  a strategic entry point to build an up to 2.5 million ton business and become a long-term strategic supplier to the packaging industry. Domtar is now a pure-play pulp & paper company, and expects to become a sizable N.A. containerboard producer in the years to come.
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