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November 27, 2015 6:35 AM ET

Household Products

Company Overview of Kimberly-Clark Australia Pty Limited

Company Overview

Kimberly-Clark Australia Pty Limited manufactures and markets consumer products for health, hygiene, and well-being. It offers baby care products, including nappies, nappy-pants, baby wipes, pull-ups, swimmers, overnight pyjama pants, and change mats; feminine hygiene products, including tampons, pads, and liners; home cleaning products, including paper towels, steel wipes, glass and mirror wipes, kitchen scrub surface wipes, and TV and computer screen wipes kits; toilet papers and tissues; urinary, urge, stress, overflow, and bowel incontinence products for men and women; and products to assist women with light bladder leakage. The company also provides various solutions, including dispense...

52 Alfred Street

Milsons Point, NSW 2061


Founded in 1926


61 2 9963 8888


61 2 9957 5687

Key Executives for Kimberly-Clark Australia Pty Limited

Finance Director
Operations Director
Interim Managing Director of Australia & New Zealand
General Counsel
Human Resources Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Kimberly-Clark Australia Pty Limited Key Developments

Kimberly-Clark Signs Contract with Relivit

Kimberly-Clark Australia, maker of market leading Huggies® Nappies, has formalised its support for the Relivit project by signing up to Relivit's service. Under the contract, manufacturing waste from Kimberly-Clark's Huggies Nappy Mill in South-West Sydney will be sent to Relivit's proposed plant for recycling, diverting it from landfill. In addition, an exclusive partnership with the Huggies brand will give consumers in the future the option to recycle their nappies and other absorbent hygiene waste for the first time in Australia. The contract helps further de-risk the project for investors, further demonstrates demand and underpins future cash flows. Now have almost two- thirds of breakeven tonnage under contract, with the rest already under letters of intent. By the time the plant is commissioned, expect to have double the breakeven tonnage ready to go ­ a view supported by letters of intent obtained from Shellharbour, Kiama and Lake Macquarie councils, who want to trial Relivit's service on its commencement.

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