Kimberly-Clark was founded by John Kimberly, Charles Clark, Frank Shattuck and Havilah Babcock, in 1872 in Neenah, Wisconsin, United States. The company is a world leader in developing innovative products and disposable hygiene and personal care.
Its top brands include Huggies, Pull-Ups, Fullness, Poise, Day's, Lina, Light Day's, Kleenex, Scott, Kimberly-Clark Professional Kimberly-Clark Health Care, among others.
The company has a team of over 53,000 employees worldwide, with manufacturing facilities in 37 countries and sales outlets in over 150 countries.
Every day one in four people worldwide trust Kimberly-Clark products for health care, hygiene and well-being. The products are designed to meet the diverse needs of consumers and improve their quality of life.
Kimberly-Clark de Mexico, aware of its responsibility to its shareholders, workers, employees, community and society in general, is committed to maintain a healthy and sustained growth, providing quality products to market that meet the needs of its customers and consumers.
At Kimberly-Clark de Mexico (KCM) are aware that we are part of a community and therefore our products as well as providing for the general welfare, we are committed to carrying out concrete actions to make our world a better world. To this end we provide resources, time and talent to educational programs, social development and environmental conservation.
KCM has three plants to recycle waste paper, so that the fiber is obtained from this process can replace up to 280,000 tonnes of virgin pulp in the manufacture of our products. Furthermore, KCM has an ongoing program of investment to increase the re-use of treated wastewater for Reducing fresh water use and effluent quality.