Paper Excellence Expresses Hope For Speedy End to Canadian Pacific Rail Dispute
Paper Excellence today announced it hopes for a speedy end to the Canadian Pacific Rail labour dispute which will begin to impact Skookumchuck Pulp Inc., Paper Excellence’s mill located in the East Kootenays.
Global logistics have been incredibly challenging for the company during the pandemic and the additional impacts from devastating wildfires and flood events in BC last year made the situation ever more difficult. The CP Rail strike will further disrupt and impact Skookumchuck Pulp mill. PE respects the collective bargaining process. However, the company is concerned that a protracted disruption in rail service would impact the operation of our mill and employment in the rural communities that support our operation.
The Skookumchuck mill, which employs 280 people and infuses over $1 million daily into Canada’s economy, is highly dependent on rail service to get finished pulp to the coast of British Columbia. Paper Excellence remains committed to servicing our customers’ needs during this interruption.
To learn more about Skookumchuck Pulp mill, please watch the mill video or download the fact sheet: Skookumchuck Pulp Mill | British Columbia | Paper Excellence
About Paper Excellence
Paper Excellence, headquartered in British Columbia, is a diversified manufacturer of pulp and specialty, printing, writing, and packaging papers. The company operates seven mills and a large-scale cargo distribution centre in Canada producing and shipping over 2.8 million tonnes annually with a workforce of more than 2,800. Paper Excellence is poised to continue to grow with its strategy of operational excellence and high-quality, cost-effective products.
Graham Kissack – Vice President Environment, Health & Safety and Corporate Communications – firstname.lastname@example.org – (250) 732-7991
Source: Paper Excellence Canada Holdings Corporation