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Kimberly-Clark

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Integration of packaging and distribution operations speeds products from factory to retail shelf.

Kimberly-Clark was experiencing huge demand for a new feminine care product.  The product launch was so huge that the manufacturer struggled to meet customer demand.  The company needed a way to ship bulk product from the factory and quickly convert it to packaged, shelf-ready condition.  Enter KANE, which secured the specialized equipment and the FDA approval needed to handle Pharmaceutical Class 2 medical devices, all packaged in a clean room environment.  Applying its extensive packaging experience, KANE was able to receive generic brown box cases of 1000 loose-packed units and quickly transform them into shelf-ready packages. 

Result: the company kept pace with demand and gained market share in the competitive HBA market.