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Last C$8.44 CAD
Change Today +0.08 / 0.96%
Volume 89.9K
As of 4:00 PM 09/3/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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404 Marie - Victorin Boulevard

Kingsey Falls, QC J0A 1B0


Phone: 819-363-5100

Fax: 819-363-5155

Cascades Inc. engages in the production, conversion, and marketing of packaging products and tissue papers principally consisted of recycled fiber. Sectors The company operates through two operating sectors, Packaging Products and Tissue Papers. These 2 sectors include approximately 90 operating units located in Canada, the United States, and Europe. Packaging Products sector This sector is divided into three groups of activities, such as the Boxboard Europe Group, a manufacturer of premium coated boxboard in Europe; the Containerboard Group, a manufacturer of containerboard and major converter of corrugated products in North America; and the Specialty Products Group, which manufactures industrial packaging and consumer packaging products, and is also involved in recovery and recycling. The Boxboard Europe Group In Europe, the company operates one mill in France that produces coated boxboard made of virgin fiber. As of December 31, 2014, the company also held a 57.61% investment in Reno de Medici S.p.A. (RdM), a European producer of recycled coated boxboard. RdM operates six mills and two sheeting centers. Its annual production capacity is 900,000 metric tonnes. The Containerboard Group The Containerboard Group conducts business under the name, Norampac. The Containerboard Group has 5 mills and 18 converting plants located in Canada and the United States. This network produces a range of products for sale to both regional and national customers in various industries, including the food, beverage, and consumer products industries. The Containerboard Group operates five linerboard and corrugated medium mills having a combined annual production capacity of 987,000 short tons. Except for one corrugated medium mill in the United States, all of the Group’s mills are located in Canada. The products manufactured by the five manufacturing mills consist of 29% linerboard and 71% corrugated medium. In 2014, approximately 52% of their output was converted by Norampac’s 18 corrugated products converting plants, all located across Canada and the Northeastern United States. The Containerboard Group purchases all of its needs in virgin fiber in Quebec and Ontario, and purchases 59% of its recycled fiber in Canada and the rest in the United States. The Specialty Products Group The Specialty Products Group operates in three major sub-segments, including industrial packaging, consumer products packaging, and recovery and recycling. This group operates 38 facilities located in North America and Europe, including 18 recovery centers in Canada and the United States. Industrial Packaging The Industrial Packaging sub-segment is active in four markets, such as protective packaging, specialty containers, structural components, and paperboard and fiber composites. Products include Technicomb and Flexicomb honeycomb paperboard, Multiboard laminated paperboard, and uncoated recycled paperboard. Cascades Conversion Inc., Converdis Inc., and Cascades Sonoco Inc. (joint venture companies) convert uncoated paperboard, obtained in part within the company’s network, into industrial packaging materials. The core product line is used by the pulp and paper industry, such as roll headers and paperboard packaging for rolls of newspaper. Cascades Conversion Inc. also manufactures roll edges that are sealed with heat plate equipment. Cascades Rollpack S.A.S operates two plants in France at Saulcy-sur-Meurthe and Châtenois, which manufacture roll headers made of linerboard and uncoated paperboard supplied by the European paper mills. The sales of these mills are made through their own sales forces. Cascades Multi-Pro, located in Drummondville (Quebec) manufactures laminated paperboard used in various industrial sectors, such as furniture backing and specialty containers. Cascades Enviropac in Berthierville (Quebec) and Cascades Enviropac in Grand Rapids (Michigan, the U.S.A.) manufacture honeycomb paperboard used as industrial packaging in general. Cascades Enviropac in St-Cesaire (Quebec) and Aurora (Illinois, the U.S.A.) manufacture uncoated paperboard partitions for beer, wine, and glass container producers. The s


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