Press releases

Tembec applauds Canada’s request for a WTO Panel on China Anti-Dumping Measures

February 17, 2015

Montreal, Quebec – Tembec Inc. (“Tembec”) is pleased that International Trade Minister Ed Fast has requested a panel at the World Trade Organization (WTO) to resolve the trade dispute with China on dissolving pulp. As a result of a petition by the China pulp industry, China imposed duties on viscose dissolving pulp against selected countries including Canada. These duties negati...

Tembec reports on Shareholders’ voting results for the election of Directors

January 30, 2015

Montreal, Québec – Tembec Inc. (the “Corporation”) today announced that all of the nominees proposed as directors in the management information circular dated December 16, 2014 were duly elected as directors of the Corporation by a majority of the votes cast by the shareholders present in person or represented by proxy at its Annual Meeting of Shareholders (the &...

Tembec reports financial results for its first quarter ended December 27, 2014

January 29, 2015

Montreal, Quebec - Consolidated sales for the three-month period ended December 27, 2014, were $332 million, as compared to $354 million in the same quarter a year ago. The Company generated a net loss of $62 million or $0.62 per share in the December 2014 quarter compared to net earnings of $2 million or $0.02 per share in the December 2013 quarter. The current ...

Tembec’s new turbine passes commercial-in-service test at its Temiscaming site

January 28, 2015

Montreal, Quebec – Tembec announces that the recently installed turbine at the Temiscaming site has successfully met the commercial-in-service test set forth in the power purchase agreement (“PPA”) it entered into with Hydro-Québec. The turbine operated for 100 continuous hours above the required level specified in the PPA. The Company was successful in meeting the test on...

Tembec’s new turbine passes commercial-in-service test at its Temiscaming site

January 28, 2015

Montreal, Quebec – Tembec announces that the recently installed turbine at the Temiscaming site has successfully met the commercial-in-service test set forth in the power purchase agreement (“PPA”) it entered into with Hydro-Québec. The turbine operated for 100 continuous hours above the required level specified in the PPA. The Company was successful in meeting the test on...

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Q&A with our CEO

Jim Lopez on where Tembec has been, and where Tembec is headed:

Straight talk

We address widespread perceptions and misperceptions about the forest products industry and Tembec: