in the boreal region

Watch a video interview with Janet Sumner, Executive Director of Wildlands League, a chapter of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, that works with allies like Tembec to preserve North America’s boreal region. 

The boreal region is a carbon storehouse and climate regulator.


in green energy

Tembec’s new $273 million green electricity facility at Temiscaming – the largest project in our industry in 15 years – is now generating power and will ensure the site’s future as a low-cost manufacturing operation.

The new facility will also enhance environmental performance, increase manufacturing efficiencies and expand production capacity.


in tomorrow

“We are reshaping Tembec to focus more on growing markets such as specialty cellulose, to complement our forest products commodities.”
— James Lopez, President and CEO

Optical film in the liquid crystal displays on tablet computer and smartphone screens is one of the many applications of specialty cellulose.


in commodity and specialty products

See how we use the whole tree
to make Tembec products for
customers worldwide.

This mature white spruce becomes lumber, the most carbon-friendly building material.


in responsible forest management

See how Tembec’s leadership with
Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®)
certification has changed our industry
for the better.

We were the first Canadian public company to commit to achieving FSC certification for all our direct managed forests, in 2001.


in strong growth markets

See why specialty cellulose has
tremendous potential for our
customers and our company.

Eyeglass frames, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and even dairy products all use specialty cellulose.


in teamwork

See if your profile fits ours.
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