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Independent, privately owned by a family based in Nova Scotia and proudly rooted on Canada’s East Coast, Maritime Paper Products Ltd has access to international markets – creating in turn business opportunities with reaches far beyond Maritime Paper.

Our product, over 90 years in the making, continues to impress.


The values and practices that bring us success remain the foundation of our customer commitment.

An Ecofriendly Company

Since 1931, Maritime Paper has achieved a number of eco-initiatives, including the following:


  Air system improvements which reduce level of energy needed

  Dual fuel capabilities that maximize efficiency and minimize carbon emissions
  High-pressure condensate boiler recovery system
  Innovative, environmentally sensitive coatings and inks
  Ongoing audits and upgrades to lighting systems
  Reduced plant water consumption by over 20% through new starch system technology

Unique Causes Our Company Supports 

Maritime Paper is part of a team Food Bank Initiative within the Scotia Investments Group of Companies. There are 5 companies involved in this initiative. The focus of the group is to work with employees to make each community we live in a better place and to provide food to those in need.

Maritime paper is the sole provider of the FEED NS Boxes.

Feed boxes

The company also makes various box donation to local charities. We donate over 20,000 in kind boxes a year to various food banks, 

church organizations and the Salvation Army. 

We often donate boxes to Schools and Art Design programs for Art projects.

Maritime Paper also donates to United Way through weekly payroll deductions

The proceeds from our employee weekly Jeans Day and our annual office coffee goes directly to the IWK Hospital.

Maritime Paper participated in Stuff a Bus! 300 lbs of food was donated by the employees in 2022.

Maritime Paper participates in Stuff a Bus

Arthritis Society

Atlantic Cancer Research Institute
Children’s Wish Foundation
Emily Fund
IWK Children’s Hospital
Junior Achievement
Juvenile Diabetes Research
Rotary Club
United Way

Maritime Paper Celebrates Earth Day yearly with an around the grounds/plant garbage cleanup . 

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