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  • 1. Marketing management Kimberly Clark
    MADE BY:
    MEGHNA MAHAJAN
    premier global health and hygiene company
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • Kimberly clark is an Americancorporation.
    • 3. Founded in 1872 in Neenah, WisconsinU.S.
    • 4. Type :public company
    • 5. Headquartered : Dallas ,Texas .
    • 6. CEO ; Thomas. J Falk.
    • 7. Revenue ; $19.1billion (2009).
    • 8. Company sells its products in 150 countries.
    • 9. Manufacturing units in 41 countries.
    • 10. Employees : 56,000 (2010)
    • 11. Stock Exchanges: New York Midwest Pacific
  • Kleenex and Scott, Kimberly-Clark is the world's leading maker of tissues and paper towels.
    It ranks just behind Procter & Gamble as the US's 2nd household and personal care manufacturer.
    The company doubled in size in 1995, with its acquisition of long-time rival, the Scott Paper Company.
    Much of the group's attention is focused on its battle with P&G in :
    Diaper, Bathroom tissue, Paper towel market.
    K-C can console itself with the knowledge that it still outranks its much larger rival in paper products; while its Huggies brand is a close second in the global nappy market.
    Estimated global measured advertising expenditure of $359m in 2009, making K-C the world's 85th advertiser.
  • 12. Kimberly-Clark Corporation Board of Directors
    G Craig Sullivan, Director.
    Thomas J Falk, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer .
    Robert W Decherd, Director.
    John R Alm, Director.
    Mae C Jemison, Director.
    James M Jenness, Director .
    Marc J Shapiro, Director .
  • 13. 1) WHAT BUSINESS ARE THEY IN
    • Group’s 1st business was operating paper mills, that produces mostly paper-based consumer products.
    • 14. It’s a major producer of premium business and technical papers.
    • 15. Market leader in health care products.
    • 16. No.1 producer of examination gloves in united states.
    • 17. Revenue :$19.1billion (09)
  • Four Global Businesses
    Personal care
    Diapers, Training/Youth/Swim Pants,
    Incontinence Care, Infant and Child Wipes.
    2009 Sales of $8.4 Billion
    Operating Profit Margin 20.8%
    consumer tissue
    Facial Tissue, Bathroom Tissue, Paper Towels
    2009 Sales of $6.4 Billion
    Operating Profit Margin 11.5%
  • 18. Cont….
    K-C Professional & Other
    Disposable Health & Hygiene Products form Away-From-Home Use, including Facial Tissue, Bathroom Tissue, Paper Towels, Wipers, Protective/Absorbent Products for Do-It-Yourself Use, Safety Products; Nonwovens.
    2009 Sales of $3.0 Billion
    Operating Profit Margin 15.4%
    Health care
    Surgical Drapes and Gowns, Infection Control Products, Face Masks,
    Exam Gloves; Respiratory, Digestive Health, Pain Management and
    Other Disposable Medical Devices.
    2009 Sales of $1.4 Billion
    Operating Profit Margin 17.8%
  • 19. global sales of $2+ billion annually for consumer tissue & k-c professional products
    world’s first facial tissue & today well over a $1 billion business
    Global Brands
    foundation of our $4.7 billion diaper business
    Pioneered the retail incontinence care category in the u.s.
  • 20. Vision
    "
    To enhance the Health, Hygiene and Well Being of People Everywhere, Every day."
    VISION:
  • 21. Mission
    "To enhance the Health and Hygiene of people in Africa through quality, trusted and intelligent solutions that clean, care and protect."
  • 22. Cont….
    Premier: Our goal is to be a leading competitor with a No. 1 or No. 2 market share in key markets and an indispensable partner to customers. We strive to achieve sustainable sales and operating profit and meet earnings targets.
    Global: Having a global perspective and mindset. Leveraging our scale and being nimble and fast. Driving growth of our global capabilities, portfolio management and organizational effectiveness to help us better meet the needs of our customers, shoppers, choosers and users.
    Health and hygiene: Creating innovative total solutions and moving into new market spaces supports our mission to enhance the health, hygiene and well-being of people every day, everywhere.
  • 23. Values
    Team work
    Creating synergy in working towards shared goals through unconditional participation as a member of a team, of which one may not necessarily be the leader and contributing even when the team is working on something of no direct or personal interest.
    Caring for others
    Caring, accepting and communicating an understanding of others’ feelings, perspectives, values and belief systems and taking an active and emphatic interest in these concerns.
  • 24. CONT……
    Innovation
    An openness and ability to generate imaginative solutions to business problems through being acutely aware of and responsive to opportunities and innovative action and being flexible in responding to change.
    Superior performance
    Making the best use of the company’s resources to attain superior levels of performance for self, others and the organisation; thus successfully achieving the company’s purposes and objectives whilst also meeting the company’s responsibilities to all stakeholders.
  • 25. Scott
    The Scott Paper Company is a USA-based corporation which manufactures mostly paper based consumer products.
    Scott Paper was founded in 1879 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by brothers E. Irvin and Clarence Scott.
    Its credited as being the first to market toilet paper sold on a roll. They began marketing paper towels in 1907, and paper napkins in the 1930s.
    In 1995 Scott Paper merged with Kimberly-Clark which continues to use the Scott brandname. Scott Paper Limited, formerly a Canadian subsidiary.
    Following the merger with Kimberly-Clark, the Baby Fresh brand was sold to Procter & Gamble and is now sold under the Pampers brand.
  • 26. Net sales & profits of K-C
  • 27.
  • 28. Financial overview
    • Net Sales $19,115
    • 29. Operating Profit $ 2,825
    • 30. Net Income Attributable to K-C $ 1,884
    • 31. Cash Provided by Operations $ 3,481
    • 32. Dividends Declared Per Share $ 2.40
    • 33. Total Assets $19,209
    • 34. Ratio of Total Debt and Redeemable
    Securities to Capital 53%
  • 35. BRANDS
    KLEENEX
    SCOTT
    WYPALL
    KIMTECH
    KLEENGUARD
    KIMCARE
    JACKSON
  • 36. PRODUCT CATEGORY
  • PRODUCT MIX
  • 46. Company Strategies
    Manage portfolio to balance growth, profitability and cash flow.
    Invest in brands, innovation and growth initiatives.
    Deliver sustainable cost reduction.
    Disciplined capital.
  • 47. Marketing strategy
    To support the innovations and to build brand equity across their portfolio, they continued to invest behind our brands.
    In 2009, they have increased their strategic marketing & spend by more than $140 million in local currency terms. Main focus on connecting with audiences in innovative ways, deploying strategies that bring consumers information on our products on their terms at the times and places they want to receive it.
  • 48. Business unit strategies
    Win globally in Personal Care:
    K-C will grow its strong positions in this high-margin business by leveraging its powerful brands and providing winning innovations.
    Drive rapid growth throughout k-c international with a particular focus on china, russia and latinamerica: K-C’s business in Asia, Latin America : the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Africa will continue to execute targeted expansion and growth plans, & take advantage of attractive market opportunities and deploy K-C’s strong brands and innovation capabilities.
  • 49. Cont…
    Targeted growth and margin improvement in consumer tissue: K-C will bring differentiated, value-added innovations to grow and strengthen its brands while focusing on net realized revenue, improving mix and reducing costs.
    Grow in higher margin segments in K-C Professional (KCP)and Health Care: K-C will continue to shift mix to faster-growing,higher-margin segments within KCP and Health Care, including safety and wiping in KCP and medical devices in Health Care.
  • 50. Revenues by business
  • 51. REVENUES BY GEOGRAPHY
  • 52. PRODUCTS
  • 53.
  • 54. PRODUCTS IN GERMANY
  • 55. PRODUCTS IN MEXICO
  • 56. PRODUCTS IN RUSSIA
  • 57. PRODUCTS IN S.A.
  • 58. SPAIN
  • 59. UNITED KINGDOM
  • 60. COMPETITORS
    Georgia-Pacific LLC.
    P&G.
    KRUGER.
    Johnson & johnson.
    ABC
  • 61. ABC
    ABC has invested heavily in manufacturing facilities in Australia and New Zealand. They are in the final stage of Australia’s most advanced high tech paper mill in Sydney.They have also developed significant export markets, taking Australian tissue products to the world.
    ABC is the only major tissue product company owned by Australians.
  • 62. ABC products
    Toilet tissues
    Facial tissues
    Dispensers
    Hand towels
    Table covers
    Hand cleanser systems.
  • 63.
  • 64.
  • 65. Georgia pacific
    Is an American pulp and paper company. Based in Atlanta, Georgia.
    One of the world's leading manufacturers and distributors of tissue, pulp, paper, packaging, building products and related chemicals.
    As of fall 2008, the company employed approximately 50,000 people at more than 300 locations in North America, South America and Europe.
    The Georgia-Pacific, Broadway facility, Green Bay, WI. Formerly owned and operated by Fort Howard
    It is a division of the private US conglomerate, Koch Industries
  • 66. Brands of GP
    Angel Soft toilet paper
    Brawny paper towels
    Dixie plates, bowls, napkins and cups
    Mardi Gras napkins and towels
    Quilted Northern toilet paper
    Soft 'n Gentle toilet paper
    Sparkle napkins
    Vanity Fair napkins
    Zee napkins
  • 67. Home products
    BATH TISSUE
    BUILDING & REMODELING
    DIXIE CUPS & TABLEWARE
    HOME & OFFICE PAPERS
    NAPKINS
    PAPER TOWEL
  • 68. Georgia Pacific Tissue product.
  • 69. Strategy of GP
    By facebook. :facebook personality quiz.
    By coupons :save on your nexr purchase.
    Money back gurantee.
  • 70.
  • 71. Procter & Gamble
    P&G Home Products Limited is one of India's fastest growing Fast Moving Consumer Goods Companies.
    P&G's global brands such as Ariel and Tide in the Fabric Care segment, in Hair Care segment: Head & Shoulders - world's largest selling anti-dandruff shampoo; Pantene - world's No. 1 beauty shampoo; and Rejoice - Asia's No. 1 shampoo. P&G Home Products Limited is a 100% subsidiary of The Procter & Gamble Company, USA.
    In India, has carved a reputation for delivering superior quality, value-added products to meet the needs of consumers
  • 72. Procter & gamble
    Personal care Products
    OLD SPICE
    SECRET
    COVER GIRL
    ALWAYS
    TAMPAX
    AUSSIE
    HEAD& SHOULDER
    HERBAL ESSENCES
    PANTENE PRO-V
    HYDRIENCE
  • 73. CONT….
    MISS CLAIROL
    NATURAL INSTINCTS
    NICE n EASY
    CAMAY
    IVORY
    OLAY
    SAFEGUARD
  • 74. HOME PRODUCTS
    FEBREZE
    CASCADE
    DAWN
    BOUNCE
    DOWNY
    MR.CLEAN
    SWIFFER
    CHEER
    TIDE
    BOUNTY
    CHARMIN
    PUFFS
    PRINGLES
  • 75. HEALTH & WELLNESS
    METAMUCIL
    PEPTO
    BISMOL
    VICKS
    CREST
    FIXODENT SCOPE
    OLD SPICE
    SECRET
    P&G PHARMACEUTICALS.
  • 76. Baby & family solutions.
    PAMPERS
    IVORY
    SNOW WHITE
    BOUNTY
    CHARMIN
    PUFFS
  • 77. About Charmin
    Charmin is the #1 US toilet tissue.
    Manufactured by Procter & Gamble, it is one of the company's top-selling brands, with a value of well over $1bn per annum.
    Available in a number of different variants including wet wipes, and even a low-price value version,
    the brand was gradually launched around the world rolling out in the UK and Germany as well as several other European, Asian and Latin markets..
  • 78. charmin
    Charmin products
  • 79.
  • 80. Kruger
    The Tissue Products business unit includes four Kruger Products mills in Canada, one mill in Memphis, Tennessee. The Kruger Family also owns interests in tissue mills in Latin America..
      Kruger Products L.P. is Canada’s leading manufacturer of quality tissue products for household, industrial and commercial use.
    The company’s Head Office is located in Mississauga, Ontario.
    The Kruger Products Mills in New Westminster (British Columbia), in Crabtree, Sherbrooke and Gatineau (Québec) and in Memphis (Tennessee) have a combined papermaking capacity of approximately 294 000 gross air dried metric tonnes (GADMT), which represents 37% of Canada's total installed tissue manufacturing capacity.
    Canadian and US consumers have grown to trust Kruger Products' familiar brand names, logos and advertising icons.
  • 81. Brands kruger
    Cashmere :bathroom tissue.
    Scotties : facial tissue
    Purexsoftest, most luxurious bathroom tissue.
    Sponge towel paper towel to clean household mess.
    White swan bathroom tissue, facial tissue, paper towels and napkins.
    White cloud bathroom n facial tissue.
    Premium ,Bathroom tissue
  • 82. Cont…..
    These all are established and dependable household products that deliver reliable quality and value.
    Ongoing product development and improvement ensures that Kruger Products brands continue to meet genuine consumer needs, by maintaining superior value for our customers and delivering sustained business growth.
  • 83.
  • 84.
  • 85. Johnson & johnson
    From the moment of birth and throughout life, a baby needs a mother's loving care. At the JOHNSON'S® Brand, we know that providing that care is both an art and a science.
    For over 100 years, they've dedicated ourselves to understanding babies and the special nurturing their eyes, skin, and hair require.
    They use that knowledge to provide mothers with safe, clinically proven mild, and gentle products. But they don't stop there.
    The products also engage the senses, evoke positive emotions, and ultimately enhance the loving bond between mother and baby.
    REVENUE OF J&J : US$61.9
  • 86. Products
    BABY’S SKIN
    BATHTIME
    BEDTIME
    PLAYTIME
    NATURAL
    Baby care need
    CLEANSE or WIPES
    MOISTIRIZER
    HAIR CARE
    DIAPER CARE
    SUN PROTECTION
    NURSING
  • 87.
  • 88. About product
    JOHNSON'S® Hand & Face Wipes.
    JOHNSON’S® Hand & Face Wipes were designed to gently and effectively remove dirt and germs from baby’s hands and face anywhere, anytime.
    Made with our NO MORE TEARS® Formula, these wipes are as gentle to baby’s eyes as pure water.
    Helps wipe away dirt and germs
    Alcohol free.
    ALWAYS MILD & GENTLE™