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Johnson Matthey

JOHNSON MATTHEY PUBLISHES 2016 ANNUAL REPORT

The report aims to demonstrate how Johnson Matthey delivers superior long term growth for its stakeholders through the creation of value adding sustainable technologies

johnson matthey report 2016Johnson Matthey has published its 2016 Annual Report which is an integrated report covering all aspects of the company's financial and non-financial performance. It is available online at www.matthey.com/AR16.

The report, which is titled 'Sustainable Technologies for Today and for the Future', aims to demonstrate how Johnson Matthey delivers superior long term growth for its stakeholders through the creation of value adding sustainable technologies.

It combines the company's financial, social, health and safety, environmental and governance performance and reflects the five elements of sustainability which Johnson Matthey believes have a material impact on its business.

Sustainability continues to be a key element of the group's strategy for growth. The integrated report reflects the group's values and determination to build a sustainable business.

Report highlights:

Details of Johnson Matthey's business model and strategy to achieve its vision of building its 3rd century though value adding sustainable technologies.

• A review of financial, social, health and safety, environmental and governance performance.

• An overview of the group's approach to building a sustainable business, including an update on progress towards the targets set in its Sustainability 2017 Vision.

• Case studies highlighting examples of Johnson Matthey's sustainable technologies and products and how they are creating value for its customers.

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