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MeadWestvaco Corporation (NYSE:MWV) is a global packaging company providing innovative solutions to the world’s most admired brands in the healthcare, beauty and personal care, food, beverage, home …

MeadWestvaco Corporation (NYSE:MWV) is a global packaging company providing innovative solutions to the world’s most admired brands in the healthcare, beauty and personal care, food, beverage, home and garden, tobacco, and agricultural industries. The company also produces specialty chemicals for the automotive, energy, and infrastructure industries and maximizes the value of its land holdings through forestry operations, property development and land sales. MWV’s network of 125 facilities and 16,000 employees spans North America, South America, Europe and Asia. The company has been recognized for financial performance and environmental stewardship with a place on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index every year since 2004. Learn more at www.mwv.com.

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  • 1. MWV MWV Overview Overview [Date]
  • 2. About MWV Packaging $5.5 billion total sales 16,000 employees in 30 countries around the world 780,000 acres of sustainably managed forestland Dow Jones World Sustainability Index since 2004 Specialty Chemicals Community Development and Land Management 2
  • 3. MWV: A global packaging leader 49% revenue outside U.S. 25% revenue in emerging markets 100+ nations where we market our products 3
  • 4. We take brands farther A global reach creates global opportunities 4
  • 5. MWV Transformation 2005 – 2009 | Focus & Fit 2010 – 2014 | Invest & Profitably Grow Global Recession Started up Brazil expansion Acquired Ruby Macons Spin-merge of Consumer & Office Products business Acquired cap and closure capability (Polytop) Divested Envelope Products business Acquired new trigger spray capability (Spray Plast) Divested Media & Entertainment business Executed Strategic Cost Management initiatives Formed end market-focused Strategic Business Units Divested Kraft Paper mill and three Specialty Papers mills Acquired pump and dispensing technology (Calmar) Formed real estate company Divested Printing and Writing Papers Business 5
  • 6. Profitable Growth Strategy We’re targeting 5%+ profitable revenue growth over time and $1B of new profitable revenue over 3-5 years. $1+ billion ~ 5% + Expanded Participation Emerging Markets Innovation Commercial Excellence Core Market Growth 6
  • 7. We believe packaging matters from the manufacturing floor to the store shelf to the kitchen pantry 7
  • 8. Packaging should be more than a product “container” 100% of shoppers interact with a brand’s packaging. So every touch is an opportunity for that brand to make a connection, build loyalty and drive sales. 8
  • 9. Packaging innovation should be grounded in meaningful insights Insights come from many sources – consumers, customers, retailers and markets. We build on these insights to ensure we’re solving the right problems in the right way. 9
  • 10. MWV Innovation Turning knowledge into value. Impact Inspiration Insights Leveraging our technical expertise, creative capabilities and networks to identify potential solution vectors. Developing and delivering packaging that increases sales and improves people’s lives. Assessing packaging needs, examining opportunities, and analyzing data and market trends to identify meaningful problems. 10
  • 11. Insights-Centric Innovation Retailer / Distributor We generate/discover insights into unmet or unarticulated packaging needs, translate them into meaningful problem statements and address them via differentiated, innovative solutions. Brand Owner Consumer We consider the end-to-end impact of potential packaging solutions on all relevant stakeholders. 11
  • 12. Our Multidisciplinary Innovation Team Marketing & Design Center of Excellence Brand Engagement Consumer & Customer Insights Market & Competitive Intelligence Industrial & Graphic Design Innovation Systems Open Innovation Innovation Project Leadership Innovation Management Sophisticated Data Analytics Materials and Analytical Science Paper Science Coatings Science Polymer Science Analytical Science Packaging and Package Development Packaging Science & Engineering Mechanical Engineering & Design Modeling & Simulation Rapid Prototyping/Scale-Up 12
  • 13. Sustainability Our environment is at the heart of our decisions, for our business and our future.
  • 14. Sustainability influences every decision we make Our dedication to making a better world goes beyond sustainability, too – because we encourage diversity within our workplaces and support the communities in which we operate. 14
  • 15. We put sustainability into action from source to solution Efficient and effective operations driven by innovation • Green Globes certified HQ • 70% of power we produce from renewable sources (biomass) • 12% reduction in carbon emissions since 2000 Certified responsible practices throughout the supply chain • Principles of Conduct for Global Suppliers Compliance Process • PEFC Certification and Chain of Custody • 100% of fiber from responsible sources Sustainable products and solutions that improve our world • Shellpak® Renew adherence packaging • Evotherm® warm-mix asphalt • Pearl™ lightweight airless pump 15
  • 16. Our approach covers many dimensions because sustainability is complex Energy and Climate Control Community and Social Development • Lowering our environmental footprint • Developing land in sustainable ways • Using responsibly sourced materials for our products and solutions • Establishing standards worldwide Sustainability affects everything we do. • Supporting energy policies that include new and traditional sources • Recognizing our impact on the well-being of both our communities and our employees Supply Chain Packaging and Recycling • Influencing sustainable practices • Implementing rigorous policies • Developing innovative solutions that support a sustainable supply chain • Following procedures that focus on customer service and end-to-end process • Minimizing waste • Maximizing the useful life of materials Water • Adding value to brands • Borrowing, treating and recycling at our mills • Consuming as little water as possible • Pursuing new ways to minimize consumption 16
  • 17. Our daily actions build toward long-term goals We have made an everyday commitment to … • Reduce our purchased energy by 20% and our water use by 15% per net ton of paperboard by 2015 • Reduce CO2 emissions by 25% per net ton of paperboard by 2015 • Ship 90% of our U.S. freight with EPA SmartWay carriers by 2015 • Involve 100% of our suppliers in a Principles of Conduct program by 2015 • Reuse 70% of our solid waste for beneficial purposes by 2020 • Maintain our commitment to get 100% of our paperboard fiber from responsible sources, and get 50% from certified sources by 2020 We are building together with customers by … • Becoming an industry-leading source of consumer insights about sustainable packaging • Playing a leading role in relevant advocacy organizations and associations • Developing renewable and recyclable materials, including our 100% renewable position for paperboard packaging and the exploration of biopolymers as a material for plastic packaging • Creating innovative packaging solutions that reduce waste through recycled raw materials, lightweighting, recyclability, composting, and other “endof-life” alternatives • Designing packaging that engages consumers in sustainable practices, such as recycling 17
  • 18. We shape the way consumers touch brands And, we take brands farther. 18