Tembec is hiring at our pulp, paper and specialty cellulose facility
A major investment in green energy now underway will make this 850-employee operation one of the most competitive manufacturing sites in the industry, underlining our commitment to the business.
Look for our ads in the North Bay Community Voices, the North Bay Nugget, Le Reflet Témiscamien, Le Citoyen Est/Ouest, L'Écho and La Frontière.
Tembec’s flagship manufacturing facility
- Tembec’s Temiscaming site has 850 employees in production facilities for specialty cellulose, high-yield pulp, coated bleached board and chemicals, as well as a corporate office.
- We are upgrading the Temiscaming specialty cellulose operation with one of the forest products industry’s largest investments in years, underlining our commitment to the business.
- The upgrade will increase production of green electricity, improve environmental performance, and make Temiscaming one of the lowest-cost operations in the industry.
- Learn more about our specialty cellulose, high-yield pulp, coated bleached board and chemical products businesses at Tembec.com.
Temiscaming is in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region
- Temiscaming, with a population of 1,500, overlooks the Ottawa River, on the provincial border between Québec and Ontario.
- Like most towns in the boreal forest region, Temiscaming is surrounded by lakes and rivers, so the area is very attractive to those who like canoeing, kayaking, boating and fishing.
- Forest products is a major local industry, as is recreational tourism (e.g. hiking, hunting).
- The area is known for winter sports: cross-country skiing, curling, hockey and snowmobiling.
- The comprehensive shopping and services of two larger communities, North Bay, Ontario, and Ville-Marie, Québec, are less than an hour’s drive away.
Tembec at Temiscaming
Tour our largest operation, where we manufacture specialty cellulose, Kallima coated cover, high-yield pulp and chemical products.