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By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published November 16, 2012
Last month, Kimberly-Clark announced it would halt diaper production in Western and Central Europe, areas where the maker of Huggies diapers has struggled since entering the market in the 1990s. This announcement was not met with surprise by industr… Read More »
Foreign Investment Reshapes Chinese Disposables Market
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published October 8, 2012
Baby diapers, adult incontinence see explosive growth as feminine hygiene streamlines and wet wipes face lower pricing levels. Read More »
Disposable Diapers Go Designer
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published January 3, 2012
Special prints attract consumers in the West while global manufacturers look to developing world markets to increase penetration. Read More »
Published August 25, 2011
Joins other centers in Korea and North America Read More »
Published July 27, 2011
The joint venture is again one of Korea's 'Most Admired' companies. Read More »
Social Media Helps Huggies Brand in Hong Kong
Published July 7, 2011
Facebook using Huggies campaign as case study Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published March 18, 2010
Manufacturers launch new products to target a new kind of consumer in adult incontinence. Read More »
Published January 1, 2002
Location: Nashville, TN Sales: $750 Million Description: Key Personnel Wayne Sanders, chairman and CEO; Thomas Falk, president and COO; Robert Abernathy, group president, Business to Business Sector; Sean Erwin, president, Nonwoven Fabrics Operatio… Read More »
Published June 7, 2013
HAI prevention product offerings, education, and research help to create a safer healthcare environment. Read More »
Published March 6, 2013
Ethisphere Institute recognizes K-C for global commitment to integrity, good governance and ethical business practices. Read More »