Sue has made a career of training apprentices at Kimberly-Clark while maintaining a great work/life balance in Cumbria.
After retiring from Kimberly-Clark after almost 40 years, Bob looks back at his proudest achievements.
Tammie is keen to encourage other women to choose a career in engineering after serving her time as an apprentice at Kimberly-Clark.
Andy was Kimberly-Clark’s first apprentice in Barrow and continues to progress in his career at the facility.
Karl relocated to Cumbria in 2001 after starting his career at Sony in Bridgend, South Wales. He and his family are now enjoying being part of a fun and friendly community in the county.
Helen hasn’t looked back after taking on a job at Kimberly-Clark as a teenager. Now, as she reflects on her career, Helen is keen to encourage others to follow in her footsteps.
After a career spanning four decades, Ray is still glad that he chose the company and Cumbria.
Dave found his perfect job in his hometown, but his 17-year career at Kimberly Clark has still taken him on a journey in which he has overseen multimillion pound projects, earned a degree and travelled the world.
A return to South Cumbria for Windermere-born Jason Cooper, 45, has allowed him to balance the demands of his career with his love of the outdoors.
Phil Allpress came to Kimberly-Clark as a systems engineer in 2002, but has been able to progress his career while enjoying a good quality of life for him and his family.