Huggies Corporate office Headquarters

Huggies Headquarters Address and Contact

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Huggies Headquarters Location & Directions

Huggies Headquarters Executive Team



Michael D. Hsu

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Gustavo Ghory ,

 Chief Supply Chain Officer ,

Maria Henry ,

 Chief Financial Officer ,

Sandi Karrmann ,

Chief Human Resources Officer ,

Alison Lewis ,

 Chief Growth Officer ,

Robert Long ,

Chief Research and Development Officer ,

Huggies, History and Headquarters Information

Huggies is a company that was founded by Kiberly Clark. It has been around since 1978 when it was first founded and has been active ever since then. It has managed to employ over 40,000 employees from its time being active in the numerous locations it has around the United States.

The official address or headquarters of Huggies Company is 351 Phelps Dr, Irving, TX 75038, United States. For contact reasons, customers are advised to call the main phone line for the company which is +1 972 281 1200. Emailing them is also an option and their main email remains Consumercare@Kcc.Com.

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  • Cindy says:

    I buy and use a lot of Huggies simply clean wipes. I can’t shower daily due to having very dry skin. I have to complain though about some packages though. When I pull one out, sometimes a glob of wipes come out – maybe 4 or 5 which is frustrating or you get one and then they fall back in because the wipes weren’t connected correctly. Some aren’t perforated long enough which causes a group to come out when you pull one of them out. They aren’t always packaged very well together so they don’t pull out correctly. Some are better than others. When I get towards the bottom then they tend to pull out in group clumps of 3 or 4 instead of one by one. I like Huggies because they are really the only wipes that you can pull apart. Others fold them into each other which really causes a bunch to come out at once. I don’t like that. I want my wipes to be more Sanitary than that. I buy them mostly from Walmart as they are the cheapest there. Can these issues be fixed in the machines?

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