This weekend, Kimberly-Clark announced on its LinkedIn that its Yuhan-Kimberly team had been named among the six best companies on the ‘Korea’s Most Respected Company’ list for the 18th consecutive year by the Korea Management Association Consulting.
According to the company, Yuhan-Kimberly was recognized for its ‘Keep Korea Green’ afforestation initiative and its ‘Daughters Cheer Up’ period product donation campaign.
To date, the team has planted and cultivated over 54 million trees to restore forests in Korea through the ‘Keep Korea Green’ program, and it has donated more than 6 million pads to women and girls across the country via its ‘Daughters Cheer Up’ campaign.
Yuhan-Kimberly is the joint venture between Korea’s Yuhan Corporation and U.S. based Kimberly-Clark. It is established in 1970. It is the leading health and hygiene company in Korea, with a dominant market share in all involved categories such as baby diaper, sanitary napkin, bathroom tissue, etc. Learn more about the company at: www.yuhan-kimberly.co.kr/