Cascades - Emballage

History and Structure

A Leader on the Rise

Cascades Containerboard Packaging is the product of a partnership that began in 1997, when Cascades and Domtar merged their packaging assets to create a leader in the manufacturing of containerboard and corrugated products. Throughout the years, Cascades Containerboard Packaging expanded by acquiring several corrugated plants and containerboard mills in Canada and in the United States.

In December 2006, Cascades bought back Domtar’s 50% stake in Cascades Containerboard Packaging, making the company a division of Cascades.

In March 2008, Cascades management announced the integration of its North American boxboard operations with Cascades Containerboard Packaging. In addition to achieving certain synergies, this integration has enhanced the sharing of technology and the creation of a larger packaging group that is now better able to respond to the needs of customers in Canada and in the United States.

Today, Cascades Containerboard Packaging has 30 operating units in North America, is divided into four main production sectors and employs nearly 4,500 people.

(19 plants)

Corrugated Products - Cascades Containerboard Packaging

(5 mills)
Containerboard - Cascades Containerboard Packaging
(3 plants)

Folding Cartons - Cascades Containerboard Packaging

(2 mills)

Boxboard - Cascades Containerboard Packaging

Cascades Containerboard Packaging is a division of  Cascades Canada ULC