At Mercer, we pride ourselves on our team’s diversification. Between 4 countries, over 3 continents, across 10 facilities, we encompass a range of cultures, experiences, and expertise that make us who we are today. Although separated by geography, we are unified in our commitment to each other as a team and in our commitment to the many communities where we reside.
Our mills are strategically located close to excellent fibre sources and key global end-user markets. In addition, our mills are recognized by many operational and environmental certifications. Each of our operations serves as a large, stable employer in their region, adding back into their local economies through benefits and wages.
Our involvement in each of our communities is a top priority and we remain committed in various ways; through sponsoring youth and adult sports teams, supporting food security, education, health & wellness and cultural programs, to participating in and promoting community events.
Where we live, work, and play, we are a part of our communities through our engagement.
Castlegar, BC, Canada
Strategically located within one of British Columbia's most valuable fibre baskets, Celgar's close proximity to the BC coast facilitates sales to Asia where the majority of the pulp is sold.
Lumby, BC, Canada
Providing log harvesting and hauling to third-party customers operating in British Columbia, Mercer Forestry Services harvests and transports 300,000 cubic metres of wood annually
Rosenthal am Rennsteig, Germany
As the wood purchasing organization for Mercer Germany operations, Mercer Holz is the preferred service provider for forest owners and the wood-processing industry.
Spokane Valley, WA, USA
Residing on 37 acres, Mercer Mass Timber features one of the largest CLT presses globally. Their location provides multiple transport options with easy access to rail lines and interstate highways.
Peace River, AB, Canada
The Peace River mill holds the rights to two Forest Management Agreements covering 2.7 million hectares, supplying the majority of its annual hardwood fibre requirements.
The mill has an annual NBSK pulp capacity of 360,000 tonnes, an electricity generation capacity of 57 MW, and the capacity to produce 6,000 tonnes of crude tall oil per year.
We own and lease approximately 2,500 hectares of plantations of ethical and sustainably grown Indian Sandalwood at Santanol in the Kimberley's Ord Valley of northwestern Australia.
The mill has an annual NBSK pulp capacity of 660,000 tonnes and an electrical generation capacity of 148 MW. In addition, Stendal has the capacity to produce 25,500 tonnes of crude tall oil per year.
Mercer Timber Products produces a wide range of high-quality softwood lumber products with approximately 550 MMfbm in annual production capacity.