Our new member: Henkel Magyarország Kft.

Henkel Magyarország Kft. – with its legal predecessor – is operating in Hungary since 1987. The company is the subsidiary of the Vienna-based Henkel Central Eastern Europe.

Henkel operates worldwide with leading brands and technologies in three business units: Laundry & Home Care, Beauty Care and Adhesive Technologies, with well known brands such as Persil, Tomi, Schwarzkopf, Fa, Loctite and Teroson.

Henkel Magyarország Kft. pursues production activity currently in two plants.

In the Körösladány plant, Henkel manufactures detergents and household cleaning products, the factory is one of the most important supply center for Henkel in the Central Eastern European region.

Built in 2012 with greenfield investment in the Komárom-Esztergom county’s Környe, the new Henkel adhesive factory is currently manufacturing water-based and electronic adhesives.

The Hungarian headquarter of Henkel is located in Budapest.

Henkel’s commitment to leadership in sustainability is deeply embedded in their values.

To maintain this lead in the future, they have developed a long-term sustainability strategy and set a straightforward yet ambitious goal to triple the efficiency of all Henkel products and processes by 2030.

They want to create better results – for their customers and consumers, for the communities they operate in, and for their company – with smaller environmental footprint. Achieving more with less – this is the idea at the heart of the sustainability strategy, which guides all of their business processes and activities.

‘It belongs to the core values of Henkel that the company would like to continue to have a leading position in sustainability. As part of that, we are looking for new, ground-breaking solutions to ensure sustainable development, while forming our operations responsibly and becoming more successful economically. The partnership with BCSDH is help to achieve our sustainability goals, this is why we wish to join’– said Dr. Ágnes Fábián, managing director of Henkel Magyarország while joining the BCSDH.

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