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Henkel named to 'World's Most Ethical Companies' list

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Jun '08
The socially responsible corporate management practices of Henkel have once again been recognized by an independent body.

Henkel has been named to the “World's Most Ethical Companies” list. John Knudson, President of Henkel of America, and Brad Casper, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Dial Corporation, accepted this honor at an evening awards dinner held yesterday in New York.

Henkel's business practices have been rated among the most ethical worldwide in the categories of corporate citizenship, corporate governance, innovation, industry leadership, executive leadership style, internal management systems, and reputation.

Based on its score, Henkel has been included in the second edition of the “World's Most Ethical Companies” ranking list.

Henkel accepted the award which was presented yesterday evening in New York by the Ethisphere Institute, New York, and Forbes business magazine.

The Ethisphere Institute selected the most ethical companies in a multi-step evaluation process conducted by a team of experts composed of professors from respected institutes, leading attorneys and government officials.

Companies could apply for evaluation by submitting a completed questionnaire or were invited to do so by Ethisphere. The Ethisphere Institute is supported internationally by leading institutions and corporations.

Dr. Wolfgang Gawrisch, Chief Technology Officer Research/Technology and Chairman of the HenkelSustainability Council, was delighted with this honor, saying: “In its more than 130-year corporate history, Henkel has always been aware of the importance of social responsibility and has acted accordingly.


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