Domtar's second-quarter results came in at 68 cents a share, that's down a bit from 86 cents a share in the second quarter. Domtar's Dryden mill employs about 300 staff.
“We had a solid performance in pulp and paper given the extensive scheduled maintenance outages at several facilities. Both businesses are providing us with good sales and cash flow, and we are building on several important initiatives,” said John D. Williams, president and chief executive officer. “We continued to implement our announced price increases throughout the quarter with higher price realizations in both pulp and paper, which helped offset higher maintenance and inflation on some raw material and freight costs.”
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