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    Prezentacija   suncica vjestica Prezentacija suncica vjestica Presentation Transcript

    • Tarkett Global leader in flooring industry Privredna komora Srbije December 23rd, 2011 Belgrade Tarkett – All rights reserved
    • Tarkett worldwide Part I
    • Strategy, Vision, Mission
      • Strategy
      • The best designer of integrated flooring solutions
      • / Tarkett pursues its strategic development with a clear focus on :
      • accelerating profitable growth,
      • constantly improving the Group's financial performance and
      • engaging in strategic acquisitions to reinforce its position as a world leader.
      • To achieve its goals, the Group relies on a number of strategic pillars:
      • 5c's , Innovation , World Class Manufacturing
      Vision   To be the global leader in innovative flooring and sports surface solutions that generate value for customers in a sustainable way. Mission With over 120 years of experience in creating safe, sustainable and inspiring flooring and sports surface solutions, Tarkett enhances its customers’ return on investment and quality of life every day across the world.
    • Key Sale Indicators in 2010 Sale 1.9 mlrd € * includes Swiss and Norway EU* 36%
    • Novembar 2011 8,800 employees 30 production sites Tarkett Product groups ( % in total sale ) Vin y l & Linoleum 64% Sport Floors 13% Wood & Laminat e 12% Rubber & Others 11% Key Strengths in 2 010
    • Stable Financial Performance EBITDA /mil € / 205 230 227 208 2006 2008 2007 2009 Sale /mil € / % EBITDA 10,7 10,9 11,1 12,2 1903 2087 2069 1708 2010 1919 11,6 222
    • Introduction to Corporate Sustainability November 2011 Corporate Sustainability People Profit Planet Fair Liveable Viable Sustainable Creating wealth and improving living conditions Satisfying requirements in health, education, housing, employment, equity Preserving diversity of species, and of natural and energetical resources Corporate Sustainability is how the company is ensuring a sustainable development It is about building a long-term balance between People, Planet and Profit TBL concept
    • Tarkett’s Corporate Sustainability objectives November 2011 Corporate Sustainability A great place to work and a company well integrated in local communities Eco-effective products and solutions, designed for reuse and with a minimized impact on the environment A strongly established governance to manage risks and ensure long-term profitability Corporate Governance Social Responsibility Environmental Responsibility
    • Tarkett’s Corporate Sustainability objectives /Strategy November 2011 Corporate Sustainability Corporate Governance Social Responsibility Environmental Responsibility Corporate Sustainability Objectives Eco-effective products and solutions, designed for reuse and with a minimized impact on the environment A great place to work and a company well integrated in local communities A strongly established governance to manage risks and ensure long-term profitability Strategy
      • Good materials
      • Resource stewardship
      • People-friendly spaces
      • Reuse
      • Safety, respect and integrity
      • Talent development, empowerment and diversity
      • Proactive communication and social dialogue
      • Involvement with local communities
      • Uncompromised business ethics
      • Robust and transparent corporate supervision
      • Risk management
    • Tarkett in Serbia Part II Tarkett u Srbiji
    • Key Sale Indicators in 2010 Novembar 2011 Group Presentation Tarkett Product groups ( % in total sale ) Sale 151 mil € Vin y l 57,43 % Wood 24,26 % Textile 1 8,31 %
    • Novembar 2011 Group Presentation Key Strengths in 2 010 93,06% Export (%of total sale) 1240 employees 4 Production plants
    • Commitment to environment Novembar 2011 Group Presentation Saw dust boiler RTO incinerator Waste management Milling line For 2011 More than 1 mil € 2008 – 2010 Invested 4,5 mil € for environmental projects Electrostatic precipitator
    • Environmental KPIs 2009 – 2011 Part III
    • Environmental KPIs – ENERGY dd mmmm yyyy Title of the presentation
      • Plant RHE
        • Reduced Energy consumption: - 13,3 %
        • Savings 2011: 1.622 k€
      • Plant Wood
        • Reduced Energy consumption: - 41,6 %
        • Savings 2011: 751 k€
    • Environmental KPIs – WATER comments: Big energy savings comparing 2009. comments: Gas is used only for Incinerator
      • Plant RHE
        • Reduced water consumption: - 74,2 %
      11.07.2011.. FOCUS MEETING 2011. - Environmental
      • Plant Wood
        • Reduced water consumption: - 13,6 %
    • Environmental KPIs – WASTE GENERATION comments: Big energy savings comparing 2009. comments: Gas is used only for Incinerator
      • Plant RHE
        • Waste generation reduction: - 83,9 %
      11.07.2011.. FOCUS MEETING 2011. - Environmental
      • Plant Wood
        • Waste generation reduction: - 32,6 % :
      Waste Management Plan Benefits Saves landfill space / Reduces landfill disposal fee s Reduces air and water pollution risks Generates revenue from goods sale
    • Leading Environmental Projects Part IV
    • Environmental project – NEW BIOMASS BOILER comments: Big energy savings comparing 2009. comments: Gas is used only for Incinerator
      • New Biomass boiler
        • Reduced Gas consumption: - 100%
        • Savings 2011: 1.929 k€
      11.07.2011.. FOCUS MEETING 2011. - Environmental
    • Environmental project - NEW INCINERATOR comments: Big energy savings comparing 2009. comments: Gas is used only for Incinerator
      • New vs. Old Incinerator
        • Reduced Gas consumption: -95,5 %
        • Savings 2011: 175 k€
      11.07.2011.. FOCUS MEETING 2011. - Environmental
    • 11.07.2011.. FOCUS MEETING 2011. - Environmental comments: Big energy savings comparing 2009. comments: Gas is used only for Incinerator Environmental project – WASTE WOOD SHREDDER PLANT
      • Shredder & Hammermill
        • Capacity: 2,5 ton/h
        • Posibility: 100 % waste wood recycling
      • Facts
        • Conversion of waste wood to sawdust for biomas boiler  Thermal energy
        • Thermal energy production: 93,3 % from Renewable Energy
        • Solved environmental problem – waste wood
        • Savings: 235 k€
      • Facts about dust emission
        • Limit: <20 mg/Nm 3
        • Current: 120 mg/Nm 3
      • ESP
        • Location: Flue gas duct of biomas boiler – plant RHE
        • Capacity: reduction from 350 mg/Nm 3  max 20 mg/Nm 3
        • CAPEX: 300 k €
        • Timeline: January 2012.
      Environmental project – ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR 11.07.2011.. FOCUS MEETING 2011. - Environmental
    • LCA global project Part V
        • Goal definition & inventory
          • Software and datasets : GaBi4 from PE International
          • Impact model : from midpoint to endpoint models
          • Tarkett products : PVC (RR; HE; HO; VCT); Linoleum; Parquet; Laminate
          • Functional unit : 1 m 2 of installed flooring
          • System boundaries : 5 phases
      From “Cradle-to-Grave” C2C _ Wiltz _ Sept 28, 2010 “ cradle to gate” “ cradle to site” “ cradle to grave” 1. Manufacturing Raw materials Flooring Production Environmental burdens Installation 3. Installation 2.Transport Transport Wastes Emissions Energy Packaging Adhesive Product loss 4. Maintenance Technical lifetime Use phase Detergent Power Water 5. End of life Disposal Transport Incineration Landfill Transport
    • A ssumptions C2C _ Wiltz _ Sept 28, 2010 Phase Scenario Technical lifetime 1 production, 1 installation, 20 years of maintenance Manufacturing Raw materials, including transport distances Recipe - Packaging Tarkett data Energy consumptions (plant level) Tarkett data Transport Average transport distance gate-to-user 1000 km Installation Adhesive 300 g/m 2 Post-installation waste 100% incinerated wastes Maintenance Water consumption 3 l/m 2 /year Detergent consumption 0,05 kg/m 2 /year Electricity consumption 0,5 kWh/m 2 /year 2 vacuum cleanings/week End of life Average transport distance 200 km Post-consumer waste 90% incineration / 10% landfill
    • Results - midpoints C2C _ Wiltz _ Sept 28, 2010
        • PrEn refers to the total consumption of energy resources which are directly extracted from natural fossil reserves (natural gas, oil, coal, uranium)
    • Results - midpoints C2C _ Wiltz _ Sept 28, 2010
        • GWP (from CML) refers to the average temperature increase of the Earth’s surface (greenhouse effect),
        • caused by anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases
    • Results - midpoints C2C _ Wiltz _ Sept 28, 2010
        • AP refers to the accumulation of acidifying substances in the water particles in suspension in the atmosphere
      • Manufacturing phase
        • Raw materials
          • PVC products: PVC and plasticizers
          • Linoleum: lineseed oil, TiO 2 , jute
        • The power consumption
      • Maintenance
        • Cleaning scenario (the power demand & the detergent amount)
        • Technical lifetime of the flooring
      • Transport & installation phases are marginal contributors
      • End of Life phase contributes according to the disposal scenario (landfill/incineration)
      C ontributors C2C _ Wiltz _ Sept 28, 2010
    • C2C _ Wiltz _ Sept 28, 2010
      • The main contributor is raw materials (PVC, plasticizers) beside the power consumption
      Contributors – Manufacturing HE Compact HE Compact
    • Thank you on your attention! [email_address] Questions, Remarks, Conclusions