Kimberly-Clark restructure uncertainty

IT is not yet known if the Kimberly-Clark Australia Millicent Mill and its 450-strong workforce of employees and contractors will survive the axe being wielded by its American owners on 10 of its 91 manufacturing facilities across the globe.

At least 5000 jobs will be cut as part of the biggest global restructuring of the Kimberly-Clark Corporation since 2003.

A spokesperson for the KCA corporate headquarters in Sydney said the three-year global restructuring program is intended to give the Kimberly-Clark Corporation the flexibility it needs to invest in growth opportunities.

“The company is not providing specifics on the status of any of our


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