Domtar to expand engineered absorbent materials scale
The company will add a large-scale Dan-Web airlaid production line to the Engineered Absorbent Materials (EAM) facility. This move will help the company become a leading airlaid nonwovens provider.
Fort Mill, USA
Corporation, a leading provider of a wide variety of fibre-based products,
recently announced its plan to expand its Jesup, Georgia-based Engineered
Absorbent Materials facility. This move will help the company become a leading
airlaid nonwovens provider.
The company will
add a large-scale Dan-Web airlaid production line to the facility. The machine
will be fully operational in 2022. It will enhance Domtar’s ability to supply
both domestic and global customers with unique absorbent materials solutions.
Lewis Fix, Vice President, Commercial Pulp and Airlaid, Domtar, the expansion
would be a strategic step toward strengthening their partnership with absorbent
hygiene customers throughout the world.
The project will
play an integral role in helping the company grow its position as a leading
global absorbent materials and technology business offering fluff pulp, and
airlaid nonwoven materials.
facility has been developing and manufacturing innovative, high-quality
absorbent core solutions since 1998.
fibre-based products such as communication, speciality and packaging papers,
market pulp and airlaid nonwovens. With annual sales of
approximately $3.7 billion, the company has a presence in more than 50
countries and has almost 6,400 employees. The company aims to turn sustainable
wood fibre into useful products that people rely on every day.
Source â€“ Domtar Press Release
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