May Meeting

Thursday, May 16, 2019 ASQ 1106 Meeting

The Press Room at Food City, 335 Roller Street, Kingsport, TN

An Evening at Domtar

Join us as we start our evening with some information about the third largest employer in Kingsport. Followed by a nice meal and networking and ending the evening with a tour of the Domtar facilities.  Steve Sarginger is our host for the tour at Domtar.  Steve will give a short presentation at the Press Room and then we will move over to Domtar to have a tour.

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Agenda:      5:15 – 5:30     Registration Opens at Food City Press Room

5:30 – 6:15    Overview of Domtar and Quality at Domtar

6:15 – 6:45    Dinner – Catered by Food City

6:45 – 7:30    Domtar Tour

 

Menu:  Chicken, Au Gratin Potatoes, Green Beans, Salad, Rolls, Desserts and Drinks    Meal Charge is : $12

On-line Registration:  CLICK HERE  Maximum of 20

Deadline for Reservations or Cancellations is Wednesday (Noon), May 14, 2019

Reservation POC: Nadine McMackin at 423-229-6393, nmcmackin@eastman.com

 

Domtar

At Domtar, we’re a proud part of the communities where we operate. We not only produce pulp, paper and personal care products in our facilities, but we also support vocational education, environmental sustainability and civic and recreational programs that enhance daily lives for our neighbors. Often, a pulp and paper mill was central to the development of these communities, and decades, or even a century later, that same mill remains one of the area’s largest employers. All of this is true of our Kingsport Mill, located in Kingsport, Tennessee.

Kingsport Mill celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2016, marking a century of operations and partnership in the community.

Speaker Biography:

Steve Sarginger works in K1 Operations at Domtar. He has 27 years’ experience at the Kingsport Mill as it was owned by Mead Paper, Willamette, Weyerhaeuser and now Domtar. His background in statistics from the University of Tennessee has served him well in his various areas at the Kingsport Mill, including logistics and quality.

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