Kimberly-Clark Invests $140 Million in Right to Work Mississippi

You may be familiar with Kimberly-Clark, as they are a company popular for making common hygiene products like Kleenex and Cottonelle. Now, they are expanding their location in Corinth, Mississippi. This may be one of their biggest investments, as they are investing $140 million toward the project. This will go toward updating technology and equipment, as well as adding 150,000 square feet to their current facility. In addition, the expansion will also create 33 new jobs for the area.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Kimberly-Clark’s decision to expand for a second time in Corinth in just one year is a true testament to public-private partnerships that are committed to meeting companies’ needs so they achieve long-term growth and success in our state. […]

“The Mississippi Development Authority is grateful to the leadership at The Alliance, Alcorn County and the Tennessee Valley Authority. Their dedication to building stronger communities through job creation once again pays off for Alcorn County as dozens of new jobs come online for the local workforce through Kimberly-Clark’s expansion.” […]

“I thank the Kimberly-Clark team for once again expanding and adding new jobs in Alcorn County. The economic development win once again shines the spotlight on this industry leader’s success in Mississippi.”


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