How our logo defines us.

A logo is the most visible representation of the company’s brand. It quickly establishes a clear identity and supports the brand personality. It’s a first impression. Meant to create instant recognition and differentiate a company from all others. When done right, a logo is eye-catching, memorable and likeable. It can define a brand and make it iconic. We feel ours does exactly that.

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  • Logo Guidelines

    This document describes the good and bad practices regarding the use of our logo.

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  • Color logo, general usage

    Use this logo for most color applications: laser-printing, 4-color process or Web 

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  • White logo

    To be used on black or dark backgrounds.

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  • Black logo

    To be used on white or light backgrounds.

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  • Color logo, Pantone printing

    Use this logo for Pantone Matching System (PMS) printing only 

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  • Reversed logo

    A special negative color version, to be used on Domtar blue background only.

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Below is a selection of pictures of our mills, offices or employees. You can use them at no charge on any publication with the mention ©Domtar. Please contact Communications@domtar.com if you require a broader selection.

  • Plymouth Mill

    Located in Plymouth, North Carolina, this mill is equipped with 2 pulp lines and has an annual pulp production capacity of 470,000 tonnes (ADMT).

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  • Wood pile

     A pile of wood chips in the Dryden (Ontario) pulp mill

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  • Paper machine, Bennettsville

    Located in Bennettsville, South Carolina (Marlboro County), this mill has an annual paper production capacity of 274,000 short tons.

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  • Windsor Mill

    Located in Windsor, Québec (Canada), this mill has an annual paper production capacity of 642,000 short tons and an annual pulp production capacity of 447,000 tonnes (ADMT).
     

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  • Control Room

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  • Converting Center

    An operator inside a converting center 

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  • Employee, woman

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  • Employee, man

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  • Indas

    Manufacturing and distribution facility, Toledo, Spain.

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  • AHP

    AHP, manufacturing and distribution facility, Delaware (Ohio).

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  • EAM Novathin

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  • Attends Office

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  • John D. Williams

    President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

    John D. Williams has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Domtar since January 2009. He is also a member of the Board of Directors.

    Mr. Williams has over 30 years of experience in both consumer products and packaging. He began his career in consumer product sales in 1976, gaining insight into key market dynamics in the United Kingdom and the United States. Prior to joining Domtar, he was President of SCA Packaging Europe.

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  • John D. Williams

    President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

    John D. Williams has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Domtar since January 2009. He is also a member of the Board of Directors.

    Mr. Williams has over 30 years of experience in both consumer products and packaging. He began his career in consumer product sales in 1976, gaining insight into key market dynamics in the United Kingdom and the United States. Prior to joining Domtar, he was President of SCA Packaging Europe.

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Color Palette back to the top

Our colors are unique to us. They help create our look, tone and feel. We’ve staked our claim on a section of the palette to create our colors so making them synonymous with the brand every chance we get is essential. It helps to unify us as a brand, makes our communications memorable and separates us from the competition.

Typography BACK TO THE TOP

More than just a pretty (type) face

Typography is a key element of presentation. Sure it can make titles and headings more attractive, but it can also make text more inviting and easier to read. Consistent typography reflects the company’s enduring values and conveys them to readers.

For applications where Myriad Pro and Sabon are unavailable, system fonts (the fonts that come pre-loaded on all PCs) may be substituted, e.g., memos, PowerPoint presentations, Word docs. These fonts include Arial, Verdana and Times New Roman.

  • Myriad Pro

    PRIMARY FONT

    Friendly, contemporary, resourceful.

    Uses: Product and corporate advertising, stationery, brochures, pamphlets, internal communications, newsletters, programs, schedules, booklets, posters, folders, etc.

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  • Sabon

    SECONDARY FONT

    Classic, credible, inviting.

    Uses: Brochures, pamphlets, internal communications, newsletters.

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Graphic Elements BACK TO THE TOP

Sometimes it just takes a quick visual cue to let people know a piece of communication is coming from Domtar. Use these where you see fi t to add a stylish look to your communication that at the same time helps to unify the brand.

Backgrounds: Use backgrounds to add texture and to add interest.

Icons: Pulp, paper, personal care and sustainability icons can be used together or individually. Icons are to be used as a graphic element to visually communicate each integral part of our business. For example, the Brand Story in this magazine features pulp, paper, personal care and sustainability. All four icons are used together to quickly communicate the content. A sales piece specifi c to sustainability would feature the sustainability icon. They can be placed over photography, or stand by themselves.

Arrows: To be used for signage at Domtar locations and mills.

Note to Internet Explorer users (from Microsoft technical support): When you download an Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file from a Web page in Internet Explorer, the file may be saved with a .ps extension instead of an .eps extension. Workaround: Once downloaded, change file extension to .eps and use it normally.

  • Background 1

    Use as background to add texture and to add interest.

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  • Background 2

    Use as background to add texture and to add interest.

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  • Background 3

    Use as background to add texture and to add interest.

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  • Background 4

    Use as background to add texture and to add interest.

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  • Icon: Pulp

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  • Icon: paper

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  • Icon: Personal Care

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  • Icon: Sustainability

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  • Arrow: Green

    For any surface except glass.

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  • Arrow: white

    To be used on glass surface: Clear arrow in white square.

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