Kimberly-Clark was recently named one of the 2021 Best Companies for Multicultural Women by Seramount (formerly Working Mother Media). The award recognizes companies that create and use best practices in hiring, retaining, and promoting multicultural women in the United States.
Kimberly-Clark wants to create the next generation of sustainable materials without compromising on product performance and quality. Last year, the company announced its ambition to reduce the use of traditional fossil fuel-based plastics by 50% by 2030. The company knows that achieving this ambition and reducing its plastics footprint takes game-changing innovation and collaboration with industry-leading partners.
Kimberly-Clark manufacturing facilities play a critical role to help the company deliver on its 2030 sustainability ambition and reduce their environmental footprint by half.
The Kimberly-Clark Professional facility in Villey-Saint-Étienne, France (VSE) is committed to the company’s sustainability goals. VSE produces rolled and folded paper towels for businesses and has over the past several years taken extensive measures to drive down its environmental impact.
5.3 million children in the U.S. at risk for severe rash and infection from diaper need
Washington, DC, September 26, 2016 /3BL Media/ – What would you do if you couldn’t afford enough diapers for your baby? One in three families in the United States is affected by diaper need, or not having enough diapers to keep their babies clean, dry and healthy. This growing problem puts more than 5.3 million children living in low-income families at risk for serious rash or infection when families dry and reuse diapers.
KCP secures more winners than any other company at the National Women in Sales Awards
On June 23, 2016, three of KCP’s sales professionals took home top honors at the National Women in Sales Awards. Andy Clement, Vice President of Sales, was eager to share in the moment saying, “It was an honor to be in the audience and see our sales leaders be recognized among the best of the best. The fact that we had 6 nominees and 3 award winners this year is an indication of the incredible sales team we have. I couldn’t be more proud of our organization.”
Kimberly-Clark Russia is a successful part of our business, helping us lead the world in essentials for a better life.
This year our Kimberly-Clark business in Russia celebrates its 20 year anniversary after opening their doors in 1996 in Moscow! They started with a small team of four people, and has since grown into a successful business with over 550 employees.
Kimberly-Clark Russia's motto for 2016 is MISSION POSSIBLE as they aim to make the next 20 years of their business even more prosperous.
Brands, both consumer and retailer private label, need domestic feedstock. For example, Kimberly-Clark Corporation and General Motors want this feedstock for manufacturing operations in Tennessee. They are also working hard to achieve zero waste goals and count on robust recycling infrastructure to successfully divert their recyclable materials from landfills.
In May, more than 300 Kimberly-Clark employees in Roswell, Ga., Neenah, Wis., and Fullerton, Calif., racked up miles toward the National Bike Challenge. Sponsored by the Scott® Naturals brand and Kimberly-Clark, employees and their families, including Chairman and CEO Tom Falk, logged 10, 20 or 50 miles, as a start to the Challenge which runs through September.