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This Statistic highlights Kimberly-Clark’s Revenue by Segment from Q1 2016 onwards, split across Consumer tissue, K-C Professional, Personal care, and Corporate and other, on a quarterly basis.
Kimberly-Clark is a global corporation that is dedicated to leading the world in basics for a better life via product innovation and the development of their personal care, consumer tissue, and K-C Professional brands. They are primarily involved in the production and sale of a diverse variety of goods, the majority of which are manufactured from natural or synthetic fibres, and employ sophisticated technology in fibres, nonwovens, and absorbency.
|Segment||Revenue in Q1 2020||Revenue in Q4 2020||Revenue in Q1 2021||Revenue Share in Q1 2021|
|Corporate and other||$16||$18||$19||0.4%|
(All figures in millions, except percentages)
Kimberly-Clark’s total revenue declined from $5009 million in Q1 2020 to $4743 million in Q1 2021, down by 5.3% on a year-on-year basis. It also declined by 1.9% compared to $4836 million in Q4 2020.
Consumer Tissue provides a wide range of innovative solutions and trusted brands that help families all around the world live more responsibly. Kleenex, Scott, Cottonelle, Viva, Andrex, Scottex, Neve, and other brand names, and are sold under the Kleenex, Scott, Cottonelle, Viva, Andrex, Scottex, Neve, and other brand names are some of the products included in this segment.
Kimberly-Clark’s revenue from the Consumer tissue segment decreased by 12.4% from $1723 million in Q1 2020 to $1510 million in Q1 2021. It also declined by 12.6% compared to $1727 million earned in Q4 2020. Consumer tissue accounted for 31.8% of Kimberly-Clark’s revenue in Q1 2021.
K-C Professional collaborates with organizations to create Exceptional Workplaces by providing a variety of solutions and supporting goods like wipers, tissue, towels, clothing, soaps, and sanitizers. Several brands, including Kleenex, Scott, WypAll, Kimtech, and KleenGuard, are well-known for their high quality and are trusted to help people all around the world operate more efficiently.
In Q1 2021, Kimberly-Clark’s K-C Professional segment revenue stood at $752 million. It decreased by 11.3% compared to $848 million earned in Q1 2020. However, there was a 1.3% increase from $742 million in Q4 2020. Kimberly-Clark’s K-C Professional segment contributed to 15.9% of the company’s total revenue.
Personal Care brands provide customers with a reliable partner in caring for themselves and their families by providing confidence, protection, and discretion through a wide range of innovative solutions and products such as disposable diapers, training, and youth pants, swim pants, baby wipes, feminine and incontinence care products, and other related products. Huggies, Pull-Ups, Little Swimmers, GoodNites, DryNites, Sweety, Kotex, U by Kotex, Intimus, Depend, Plenitud, Softex, Poise, and other brand names are sold under this segment.
Kimberly-Clark’s revenue from personal care increased from $2422 million in Q1 2020 to $2462 million in Q1 2021, marking a 1.7% increase on a year-on-year basis. It also grew by % from $2349 million earned in Q4 2020. In Q1 2021, the majority of Kimberly-Clark’s revenue was generated from the Personal care segment accounting for 51.9% of the total revenue.
Corporate and other
Corporate & Other includes income and expenditure not connected to business segments, as well as charges related to the 2018 Global Restructuring Program.
Kimberly-Clark’s revenue from Corporate and other segment stood at $19 million in Q1 2021. It grew by 18.8% from $16 million earned in Q1 2020 and by 5.6% from $18 million earned in Q4 2020. This segment accounted for 0.4% of Kimberly-Clark’s revenue in Q1 2021.
Kimberly-Clark experienced volatile demand for certain products as customers adjust to the changing climate. Demand rose in the Consumer Tissue and Personal Care business areas across all key markets beginning in Q1 2020, notably in March, as consumers raised home inventory levels in response to COVID-19. Following the rise, there was a period of demand softening as consumers used up existing house inventories and demand reverted to more typical levels. While demand for their consumer tissue goods was high throughout 2020, it decreased in Q1 2021 due to the usage of home stockpiles. Volume decreases in the K-C Professional business occurred throughout 2020 and Q1 2021, suggesting a decrease in away from home demand.
About Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Kimberly-Clark Corporation is a global personal care corporation located in the United States that primarily manufactures paper-based consumer products. It was founded by John A. Kimberly, Havilah Babcock, Charles B. Clark, and Franklyn C. Shattuck in Neenah, Wisconsin, in 1872. Its headquarters are in the Las Colinas neighborhood of Irving, Texas. Its common stocks are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “KMB”. The company employs more than 40000 employees worldwide. Kleenex face tissue, Kotex feminine hygiene products, Cottonelle, Scott, and Andrex toilet paper, Wypall utility wipes, KimWipes scientific cleaning wipes, and Huggies disposable diapers and baby wipes are all Kimberly-Clark brand name commodities. The Procter & Gamble Company, Colgate-Palmolive, Church and Dwight, Unilever Plc., and Johnson & Johnson are among Kimberly-Clark’s major competitors.
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