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Henkel - Setting the course for tomorrow with a clear sustainability strategy

Henkel is best known for its popular branded products: Persil and Perwoll, Schauma and Schwarzkopf, and everyone has probably held the tried-and-tested Pritt stick in their hands at some point. What many people don't know is that Henkel is the global market leader in adhesives technologies. As diverse as its portfolio and businesses may be, one principle runs through them all: The company's outstanding ecological and social commitment. In this area, Henkel distinguished itself early on. Since 1992, Henkel has published an annual environmental report, which is now known as Sustainability Report.  Three years later, Henkel became a founding member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience between companies in the field of sustainable development. Today, Henkel has Today, Henkel has developed clear ambitions to drive further progress as part of its sustainability strategy.

For a planet that can regenerate itself

To ensure greater environmental sustainability, Henkel has set itself ambitious targets: For example, all packaging materials are to be recyclable or reusable by 2025. The proportion of recycled plastic in packaging will also be significantly increased and the volume of plastic will also be reduced. By 2030, the company aims to make its production processes climate-positive and to implement closed-loop water use at its production sites worldwide. Everything is geared toward ensuring that the entire company undergoes an ecological transformation.

For an improvement in livelihoods

On the social level, Henkel is committed to equality, among other things. For example, gender parity is to be achieved across all management levels by 2025. In addition, there is a commitment to education and better working conditions: The company supports its employees in lifelong learning and in individually shaping a sustainable lifestyle. At the same time, physical well-being must not be neglected. Therefore, the company has uniform global health standards and  offers programs for health promotion and preventive care.

For strong partnerships

Sustainable business goes beyond its own processes and Henkel is committed to enforcing responsible business practices throughout its supply chain and to acting sustainably together with partners. No one can solve the challenges alone; rather, Henkel relies on cooperation and joint initiatives, for example to guarantee 100% responsible sourcing processes and increase transparency in supply chains.

These are the three pillars upon which the internationally successful company from Düsseldorf bases its sustainability strategy, with the aim of setting a long-term course - because economic success in the long term is only possible through ecological commitment. Henkel has been aware of this for decades and is committed to remain a pioneer in this area in the future - in line with the corporate purpose: Pioneers at Heart for the Good of Generations.

Henkel is best known for its popular branded products: Persil and Perwoll, Schauma and Schwarzkopf, and everyone has probably held the tried-and-tested Pritt stick in their hands at some point. What many people don't know is that Henkel is the global market leader in adhesives technologies. As diverse as its portfolio and businesses may be, one principle runs through them all: The company's outstanding ecological and social commitment. In this area, Henkel distinguished itself early on. Since 1992, Henkel has published an annual environmental report, which is now known as Sustainability Report.  Three years later, Henkel became a founding member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience between companies in the field of sustainable development. Today, Henkel has Today, Henkel has developed clear ambitions to drive further progress as part of its sustainability strategy.

For a planet that can regenerate itself

To ensure greater environmental sustainability, Henkel has set itself ambitious targets: For example, all packaging materials are to be recyclable or reusable by 2025. The proportion of recycled plastic in packaging will also be significantly increased and the volume of plastic will also be reduced. By 2030, the company aims to make its production processes climate-positive and to implement closed-loop water use at its production sites worldwide. Everything is geared toward ensuring that the entire company undergoes an ecological transformation.

For an improvement in livelihoods

On the social level, Henkel is committed to equality, among other things. For example, gender parity is to be achieved across all management levels by 2025. In addition, there is a commitment to education and better working conditions: The company supports its employees in lifelong learning and in individually shaping a sustainable lifestyle. At the same time, physical well-being must not be neglected. Therefore, the company has uniform global health standards and  offers programs for health promotion and preventive care.

For strong partnerships

Sustainable business goes beyond its own processes and Henkel is committed to enforcing responsible business practices throughout its supply chain and to acting sustainably together with partners. No one can solve the challenges alone; rather, Henkel relies on cooperation and joint initiatives, for example to guarantee 100% responsible sourcing processes and increase transparency in supply chains.

These are the three pillars upon which the internationally successful company from Düsseldorf bases its sustainability strategy, with the aim of setting a long-term course - because economic success in the long term is only possible through ecological commitment. Henkel has been aware of this for decades and is committed to remain a pioneer in this area in the future - in line with the corporate purpose: Pioneers at Heart for the Good of Generations.

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Henkel - Setting the course for tomorrow with a clear sustainability strategy

Henkel is best known for its popular branded products: Persil and Perwoll, Schauma and Schwarzkopf, and everyone has probably held the tried-and-tested Pritt stick in their hands at some point. What many people don't know is that Henkel is the global market leader in adhesives technologies. As diverse as its portfolio and businesses may be, one principle runs through them all: The company's outstanding ecological and social commitment. In this area, Henkel distinguished itself early on. Since 1992, Henkel has published an annual environmental report, which is now known as Sustainability Report.  Three years later, Henkel became a founding member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, a forum for the exchange of knowledge and experience between companies in the field of sustainable development. Today, Henkel has Today, Henkel has developed clear ambitions to drive further progress as part of its sustainability strategy.

For a planet that can regenerate itself

To ensure greater environmental sustainability, Henkel has set itself ambitious targets: For example, all packaging materials are to be recyclable or reusable by 2025. The proportion of recycled plastic in packaging will also be significantly increased and the volume of plastic will also be reduced. By 2030, the company aims to make its production processes climate-positive and to implement closed-loop water use at its production sites worldwide. Everything is geared toward ensuring that the entire company undergoes an ecological transformation.

For an improvement in livelihoods

On the social level, Henkel is committed to equality, among other things. For example, gender parity is to be achieved across all management levels by 2025. In addition, there is a commitment to education and better working conditions: The company supports its employees in lifelong learning and in individually shaping a sustainable lifestyle. At the same time, physical well-being must not be neglected. Therefore, the company has uniform global health standards and  offers programs for health promotion and preventive care.

For strong partnerships

Sustainable business goes beyond its own processes and Henkel is committed to enforcing responsible business practices throughout its supply chain and to acting sustainably together with partners. No one can solve the challenges alone; rather, Henkel relies on cooperation and joint initiatives, for example to guarantee 100% responsible sourcing processes and increase transparency in supply chains.

These are the three pillars upon which the internationally successful company from Düsseldorf bases its sustainability strategy, with the aim of setting a long-term course - because economic success in the long term is only possible through ecological commitment. Henkel has been aware of this for decades and is committed to remain a pioneer in this area in the future - in line with the corporate purpose: Pioneers at Heart for the Good of Generations.

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