Solaris Paper is a North American towel and tissue manufacturer focused on away-from-home distribution. Our products are recognized for being whiter, brighter, softer and smarter thanks to responsibly-managed sourcing of Rapidly Renewable Fiber (RRF) and sustainable manufacturing operations. We have a smarter way of working, too. Our vertically integrated business model provides tremendous flexibility and management control, which gives our customers improved margin opportunities and competitive pricing. All without sacrificing performance.
Solaris Paper is committed to increasing the sustainability of our customer’s facilities and businesses by providing paper towel and tissue products, along with advanced dispensing systems designed to minimize lifecycle impact.
We contribute to a sustainable building operation through extraordinary quality and value. This provides highly desirable products to end-user building occupants that are brighter, whiter and softer. We provide favorable economics to the commercial buyer and facilities management, along with a socially and environmentally responsible life cycle footprint.
Our sustainability programs apply to the full scope of our operations, extending beyond our walls upstream to our sources, including our primary strategic supply partner Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), and downstream to end-of product life scenarios.
I have been working at Solaris Paper Inc. full-time (More than 3 years)
Solaris Paper has a unique opportunity to differentiate distributors and customers perceptions of quality towel and tissue products for the Away from Home US marketplace. The growth opportunities internally and externally are exciting and we are creating a positive buzz with customers. This is an exciting environment with rapid growth and change.
We are improving our reputation with customers and our employees. Rebuilding our culture is a continuous process so it may seem slow at times. Good progress is being made.
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Solaris Paper Inc..
It was very unprofessional and not structured. They asked Intrusive questions that should not have been asked at all. It did not feel like an interview but more of an informal sales pitch. One interviewer did not even introduce themselves.
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