We are pleased to share our 2015
sustainability report. As an enhancement
from our 2014 report, we have adopted a
sustainability scorecard to improve and augment
how we measure our progress within each of the
major sections presented here — People, Planet
and Product. It’s a custom-built, more focused
predictive scoreboard that makes use of the
sustainability indicators most critical to what we
do. This year’s report captures the significant
progress we have made while offering a glimpse
of what’s ahead in 2016 and beyond.
The report summarizes and highlights Aptar’s
sustainability initiatives that occurred at our
global manufacturing facilities from January 1
– December 31, 2015, unless otherwise noted.
The scope continues to span activities related
to AptarGroup and its subsidiaries and all
metrics refer to Aptar manufacturing facilities,
unless otherwise noted. It is based on standard
disclosures from the Core Global Reporting
Initiative (GRI) reporting guidelines. Please
refer to theGRI Index f
or a complete list
With manufacturing operations in 18 countries and over
13,000 employees worldwide, we achieved:
About This Report
Delivering solutions, shaping the future.
We deliver innovative packaging
solutions satisfying the need for safety, convenience and security.
of our people
is our strength
We access the expertise
of the world to
We strive for solutions respecting
the environment and
‘acts of green’ during
Earth Week 2015
Sales by Segment
Sales by Region
Core Sales (in millions)
EPS (Earnings Per Share)
Planet-related certifications are reported as of March 31, 2016.
To achieve a comparable exchange rate environment, prior year (2014) amounts shown have been re-calculated using this year’s (2015) foreign currency
exchange rates. For the FY 2014, reported sales were $2.6 billion and EPS was $2.85.
For FY 2015, reported EPS was $3.09. FY 2015 adjusted earnings per share of $3.00 excludes a positive impact of $0.08 per share ($7.4 million of pre-tax
income) related to a change in inventory valuation methods, a positive impact of $0.03 per share ($2.9 million of pre-tax income) related to a gain on an
insurance recovery, and a negative impact of $0.02 per share ($1.9 million of pre-tax expense) related to costs associated with an acquisition.