Kruger management, Unifor employees appeal to Kamloops council about the state of forestry

By James Peters
CFJC Today Everything Kamloops
June 9, 2024
Category: Business & Politics
Region: Canada, Canada West

KAMLOOPS — Both the Kruger Pulp Mill and its employees are appealing to Kamloops council about the uncertain future of the forest industry. At Tuesday’s regular meeting, Mill Manager Darrell Booker and Fibre Manager Thomas Hoffman will appear to make a presentation entitled, ‘Forestry and Utilization of Fibre, the Solution to Climate Change.’ It comes a few days after Unifor Local 10-B leaders met with Mayor Reid Hamer-Jackson and Councillor Katie Neustaeter to discuss the mill’s struggles accessing fibre in an economic manner. In a news release, Unifor says the Kruger mill in Kamloops is not immune to the challenges facing the industry as a whole.

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