K-C starts process of picking plants to close: a nonwovens site and a Depends plant in Wisconsin are first named




CLOVERDALE, CA, February 1, 2018-

Two Wisconsin plants will be closing under Kimberly-Clark’s massive new restructuring program, including the Neenah Nonwovens site and the Cold Spring plant that makes hygiene products such as the Depends adult incontinence line.

The Neenah site reportedly employs about 110 people while Cold Spring employs 500. Neenah will be closing within the next 18 months, according to the company, while it has not specified a shutdown time for Cold Spring. K-C is in the process of meeting with union employees.


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