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Henkel recognized in four external sustainability assessments

Henkel started the new year with four recognitions for its sustainability performance: The company ranks on the 15th place among the “Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations” (Global 100 Index) and received the highest score in its industry from Sustainalytics as well as the Gold Class and Industry Mover distinction from RobecoSAM. Furthermore, Henkel has been included in the FTSE4Good ethical index for sixteen consecutive years.

Henkel Wins Surcar Global Environmental Footprint Impact Award for Automotive Pre-treatment Process

Henkel is the first winner of the Surcar International Award for Environmental Footprint, honoring the company’s commitment to waste prevention and water treatment with its Bonderite Thin Film 1800 Series zirconium oxide pre-treatment process for car bodies. The award went to Henkel’s Surface Technologies team in Asia Pacific and their partner, Qoros Auto Co., in recognition of a joint project implemented at the paint shop of Qoros’ manufacturing site in Changshu near Shanghai.

Pattex gives you the power – and has for 60 years!

Pattex is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Since its launch in 1956, the Henkel brand known as the household adhesive for any situation has not only become synonymous with total reliability in gluing and bonding but has, in the intervening decades, co…

Henkel to develop new solutions for 3D Printing

3D Printing is a fast growing technology leveraged by designers across nearly all industries to help enable new designs and accelerate time to market. 3D printed parts are used for prototyping to validate fit and function. In some cases, the 3D printed…

Henkel Wins Best Paper Award at IPC India Conference

With shrinking dimensions and increased function, the need for adaptable and effective thermal solutions to ensure electronics reliability is greater than ever before. This indisputable reality was at the fore during Henkel’s paper presentation during the recent IPC India Conference, which took place alongside Electronica/Productronica India 2016. In fact, the subject is so important that the paper, entitled “High Efficiency Liquid Gap Filler Materials”, earned the conference’s Best Paper Award.

Henkel 2020+: Focus on growth, digitalization and agility

Henkel pursues compelling ambition for 2020 and beyond:Continue to deliver profitable growth and attractive returnsMore customer-focused, innovative, agile, and fully digitalizedTargeted acquisitions to strengthen portfolioClear strategy with four prio…

Henkel continues its strong business performance in the third quarter

Sales at 4,748 million euros: organic +2.8% (nominal: +3.4%)Emerging markets sales growth: organic +6.7%Operating profit*: +7.6% to 837 million eurosVery strong EBIT margin* improvement: +70 basis points to 17.6%Earnings per preferred share* (EPS): +9….

Henkel to Showcase Materials Innovation, Expertise for Today’s Challenging Electronic Product Designs at Electronica 2016

Today’s electronic products are increasingly challenged to deliver high quality, exceptional reliability and affordability. Fundamentally, these expectations require materials that enable device protection, robust thermal control and reliable interconnects. From Hall B1, Booth 361 at next month’s Electronica event in Munich, Henkel will offer show delegates the opportunity to learn more about its suite of circuit board protection, thermal management and solder materials, all designed to enable the performance of modern-day electronic designs, while reducing complexity and cost. Attendees are invited to take part in hands-on demonstrations, listen to informative presentations at the Exhibitor Forum and discuss the latest developments with Henkel’s technical experts.