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Dryden on chopping block


August 29, 2006
By Pulp & Paper Canada

The Domtar-Weyerhaeuser merger is having ripple effects on some of the companies’ facilities.

The Domtar-Weyerhaeuser merger is having ripple effects on some of the companies’ facilities.

Weyerhaeuser confirmed the company is planning to sell its Dryden mill, but will keep the Kenora plant.

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“Going forward, the new company has the size and the economy of scale to be highly competitive,” the Kenora Daily Miner and News reported vice president Sarah Goodman as saying.

The company has been actively reviewing the status of the North American fine paper division over the year, and as Goodman noted, the restructuring will permit it the flexibility to pursue the production of other wood products, including the trademark TimberStrand that is produced at Kenora.


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