Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

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Kimberly-Clark is a leading global health and hygiene company employing more than 55,000 people worldwide and posting sales of $16.7 billion in 2006. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with operations in 37 countries, Kimberly-Clark's global brands are sold in more than 150 countries. Every day, 1.3 billion people trust
Kimberly-Clark products and the solutions they provide to make their lives better. With well-known family care and personal care brands such as Kleenex, Scott, Andrex, Huggies, Pull-Ups, Kotex, Poise and Depend, we hold the No. 1 or No. 2 share position globally in more than 80 countries.
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2020
13 Feb 2020

Monit

Monit is a startup founded in 2017 after initial development in Samsung's C-Lab since 2015. They have developed smart diapers, including a series of sensors such as temperature, humidity and gas sensors for detection of urine and faeces. IDTechEx interviewed them at their booth in CES 2020's Eureka Park.
2019
24 Mar 2019

Fuel Cell Vehicles 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop
2010
13 Apr 2010

Low Cost Conductive Material and its Applications

Kimberly-Clark, United States, United States
7 Apr 2010

Less than one week to Printed Electronics Europe 2010

Next week the sixth annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe event takes place in Dresden, Germany on April 13-14. Read about some of the event highlights here.
10 Mar 2010

Electrolux, Kimberly Clark and the Printed Electronics uptake

Interest in Printed Electronics from major consumer brands worldwide is constantly increasing. A testimony to that is the ever-growing number of end-users presenting at the latest IDTechEx Printed Electronics conference this coming April, as well as the variety of industries they represent.
2009
2 Dec 2009

Low Cost Conductive Material and its Applications

Kimberly-Clark, USA, United States
24 Nov 2009

Printed Electronics: What end users want

Over 2,250 organizations around the world are developing an entirely new platform of materials, manufacturing processes and associated equipment for printed electronics. This printed electronics industry will eventually become far larger than the semiconductor industry today
4 Nov 2009

Low-cost conductive papers and nonwovens for disposable electronics

Inexpensive, easy-to-manufacture conductive papers, tissues, and nonwovens open new areas for resistively heated and disposable electronic consumer goods. The technology allows electric and electronic features previously too expensive for disposables to be built into consumer goods with low-cost, non-metallic materials, thus opening a wide new range of applications.
2008
17 Nov 2008

Large End User Companies Attend Printed Electronics USA 2008

Printed Electronics is now reaching tipping point with the first major new products being launched - from flexible e-readers to fully printed RFID tags. To find out more attend Printed Electronics USA on 2 - 5, 2008 in San Jose.
20 Feb 2008

Kimberly-Clark's RFID Story

Kimberly-Clark Corporation, United States
21 Jan 2008

RFID takes off - big time

Zebra Technologies has recently bought several impressive RFID companies, putting over $200 million on the table. In different RFID sectors, Assa Abloy buys at least one RFID company every year. Inside Contactless has just raised $38 million to boost its effort on RFID enabled mobile phones with the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer Nokia leading the group of investors. Clearly RFID is taking off - big time.
2007
29 May 2007

RFID Progress in Retail to Mid 2007

IDTechEx has recently travelled to major RFID events in Europe and North America. Here are our conclusions on industry progress so far until mid 2007.
2004
13 Oct 2004

Chairman - Day Two Track Two

Kimberly-Clark Corporation, United States