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We turn great ideas into realities.

For more than a century Kimberly-Clark has been transforming insights and technologies into innovative products and services that improve the lives of nearly a quarter of the world's population. Our history of innovation began with our founders who established a culture that encouraged entrepreneurial spirit, experimentation in product development and creativity in marketing. As Kimberly-Clark grew, so did our reputation as a company that turns ideas into beneficial realities for our customers, shoppers and users.

Our passion for creating essentials for a better life for people everywhere has driven us to invent five of our eight major consumer product categories: facial tissue, paper towels, toilet paper on a roll, feminine pads and disposable training pants.

Our innovations will continue as we strive to become more responsive to our customers, shoppers and users' unmet and anticipated needs. Every day we explore new and innovative ways to increase our speed-to-market with new-to-the-world product solutions, to develop and acquire new technologies and to leverage strategic partnerships and alliances to help us create total health and hygiene solutions.

We encourage you to discover the fascinating evolution of our essential products used on a daily basis along with Kimberly-Clark's innovative products. Also, learn how our open innovation approach through collaborations with a diverse network of industry, scientific and academic partners has helped Kimberly-Clark and our brands become an indispensable part of life for people around the world.

K-C Wins Catalyst Award for Developing Women Leaders

Kimberly-Clark is a winner of the prestigious 2014 Catalyst Award, honoring initiatives that expand opportunities for women and business. Watch the video


Work with Purpose

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Eco-friendly product packaging:

Some 98 percent of Kleenex tissue cartons sold in North America are made from 100 percent recycled fiber.   Read more about Sustainability

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