Kimberly-Clark Sub-Saharan Africa

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Kimberly-Clark Sub-Saharan Africa
501-1000 employees

Bedfordview,
South Africa
http://www.kimberly-clark.co.za

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Kimberly-Clark Corporation is a corporation with a geographical footprint in South Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Eastern Europe and Africa (MEA) region. Established 140 years ago, the corporation manufactures and markets Health and Hygiene Brands. The business is built on a culture that encourages entrepreneurial spirit, experimentation in product development and creativity in marketing. The company invented facial tissue, paper towels, toilet paper rolls, feminine pads and disposable toddler training pads. The company remains committed to new ideas that add value for customers and consumers, constantly striving to find more innovative ways to improve the health and hygiene of people every day and everywhere. They thrive on recognising that today’s best is the benchmark it must surpass tomorrow. Some of their major U.S consumer product lines include: Cottonelle- bath products, Depend- incontinence products worn by adults, Huggies- disposable diapers for infants and toddlers, Kleenex- facial tissues, Kotex- feminine hygiene product line, Pull-ups- training pants for toddlers, Scott- paper napkins, paper towels, and bath tissue/wipes, among many others. To its employees, Kimberly-Clark Sub-Saharan Africa provide opportunities for them to grow as individuals as well as technically. Their outstanding work conditions include: 1.Global footprint, 2.Strong regional vision ensuring clarity of purpose and employee engagement, 3.Global brands and market leadership across a variety of categories, 4.Investment in innovation, 5. Creating exceptional workplaces. If you are self-driven, adaptable and innovative you are very likely to thrive in this environment.

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