Kimberly Clark is a collection of personal care brands such as Kleenex, Scott, Huggies, Pull-Ups, Kotex, Poise and Depend, are instantly recognizable to millions. They have been in the business of providing essentials for a better life for 140 years and the well known brands hold the No. 1 or No. 2 share position globally in more than 80 countries. From the Fairfield Inn & Suites Downtown Atlanta start out going northeast on Peachtree St SW toward Upper Alabama St SW, turn left onto W Peachtree St NW, turn right to stay on W Peachtree St NW, turn left onto Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, take the 2nd right onto Williams St NW, merge onto I-75 N/I-85 N/GA-403 N/GA-401 N, keep left to take I-85 N/GA-403 N via EXIT 251 toward GA-400/Greenville, merge onto GA-13 N on exit 86, stay straight to go onto GA-13 N, turn slight left onto Clairmont Rd NE/GA-155, turn right onto 6th St, take the 1st left onto Hardee Ave, Kimberly Clark is on the right.
Kimberly-Clark Corporation is an American corporation that produces mostly paper-based consumer products. Kimberly-Clark brand name products include “Kleenex” facial tissue, “Kotex” feminine hygiene products, “Cottonelle”, Scott and Andrex toilet paper, Wypall utility wipes, “KimWipes” scientific cleaning wipes, and “Huggies” disposable diapers. Based in Irving, Texas, it has approximately 56,000 employees. Kimberly-Clark UK holds a Royal Warrant from Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince of Wales in the United Kingdom. Kimberly, Clark and Co. was founded in 1872 by John A. Kimberly, Havilah Babcock, Charles B. Clark, and Franklyn C. Shattuck in Neenah, Wisconsin with US$30,000 capitalization. The group’s first business was operating paper mills, which the collective expanded throughout the following decades. In 1914 the company developed cellu-cotton, a cotton substitute used by the United States Army as surgical cotton during World War I. Army nurses used cellu-cotton pads as disposable sanitary napkins, and six years later the company introduced Kotex, the first[contradictory] disposable feminine hygiene product. Kleenex, a disposable handkerchief, followed in 1924. Kimberly & Clark joined with The New York Times Company in 1926 to build a newsprint mill in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada. Two years later, the company went public as Kimberly-Clark. For more than a century, Kimberly-Clark has transformed ideas into innovative products.
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