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Henkel Added to Dow Jones Sustainability Index

October 7, 2008

Henkel has been added to the consumer goods market segment of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World). Only 10% of the 2,500 largest corporations are named toDJSI World in an annual economic, ecological and corporate social responsibility review performed by SAM Indexes GmbH.

“We are absolutely delighted at having been included once again in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. The exceptional ratings and rankings that we have earned in assessments performed by international experts from business, the financial world, the scientific community and various non-governmental organizations serve both to endorse what we have achieved to date, and to spur us on to make even further progress on the sustainability front,” said Henkel chief executive officer Kasper Rorsted. “And we shall continue to lead the way in sustainable development irrespective of the challenges that we may face in the future.”
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