Headquarters: Quebec City, Quebec
Year of creation: 1964
Business Type: Private Company
Business sectors: packaging, recycling
Cascades manufactures, processes and markets packaging and paper products composed mainly of recycled fibers. The company's activity is based on four sectors: recovery, tissue paper (professional fabric product, cardboard), packaging (containers, food, protection, handling) and consumer products (Cascades Fluff & Tuff).
Cascades employs over 11,000 men and women in 90 units across six countries, including Canada, the United States and France. Positions are listed under the following categories: engineering and operations management, finance and accounting, human resources, information technology, innovation and marketing, supply chain and logistics, production, sales and customer service, trades and industrial maintenance.
Cascades is built around six values: respect, teamwork, independence, adaptability, initiative and communication. At Cascades, men and women benefit from a humane and responsible work environment, diverse advancement opportunities and career opportunities, recognition programs and benefits.
Cascades has put in place a 2016-2020 Sustainable Development Plan aimed at mitigating climate change and protecting the environment. In addition, as a corporate citizen, Cascade invests in environmental, social and community causes in various sectors such as sport (Quebec Foundation for Athletic Excellence, Tigres de Victoriaville, Granfondo Garneau-Québécor), education and entrepreneurship (Future Forces, Fondation de l'entrepreneurship, Ruche Estrie), sustainable development (David Suzuki Foundation, PurNat, Alvéole) as well as the socio-community environment (Centraide, Arthabaska-Maple Suicide Prevention Center , Charles-Bruneau Foundation).
CASCADES Founded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 11,000 employees, who work in more than 90 production units located in North America