By Matt Grossman
Kimberly-Clark Corp. on Monday promoted two company executives to broader responsibilities.
Jeff Melucci, a senior vice president and general counsel, will become the Dallas-based home-goods company's chief transformation, business-development and legal officer. In some of those responsibilities, Mr. Melucci replaces Achal Agarwal, who will retire, Kimberly-Clark said.
The company also named Gonzalo Uribe as president of its consumer business in Latin America. Mr. Uribe was previously head of Kimberly-Clark's North Latin America subregion. He would succeed Sergio Cruz, who will begin a newly created role focused on the company's digital business.
The changes are effective Nov. 1, the company said.
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