Kimberly-Clark to invest $120M in U.S. tissue mill expansion

P&PC Staff
March 04, 2019
By P&PC Staff
March 4, 2019 – Kimberly-Clark will invest US$120 million and add more than 50 full-time jobs in an expansion of its tissue paper mill in Jenks, Oklahoma. 

The facility manufactures a range of tissue products including Cottonelle and Scott toilet paper. The company plans to construct another 25,000 square metres (270,000 square feet) of plant space by 2020, incorporating new technologies to produce Kleenex tissue and Scott bath tissue. 

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Kimberly-Clark has said that despite the expansion, it will still close plants in Wisconsin and Arkansas over the next two years.

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