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Johnson Controls
A global multi-industrial company with core businesses in the automotive,
building and energy storage industries.
November 2014
Founded on invention 1885
Johnson invents the first electric room thermostat.
1883 • Warren
His invention created the temperature control industry
forms the Johnson Electric Service Company in
1885 • Johnson
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1887 • First dividend is paid
Service Company stock is listed for the first time
1965 • Johnson
on the New York Stock Exchange
1974 • Johnson Service Company is renamed Johnson Controls
Controls acquires Globe-Union and enters the
1978 • Johnson
energy storage industry
Controls acquires Hoover Universal and joins the
1985 • Johnson
automotive seating industry
Controls acquires York International and becomes
2005 • Johnson
the largest building services provider in the world
2010 •
Johnson Controls celebrates 125 years of making
customers successful, and 123 years of consecutive
dividend payments
Electronics divesture
2014 • Automotive
Johnson Controls acquires Air Distribution Technologies
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Wherever they live, work or
travel, people all over the
world are touched by
Johnson Controls products
and services every day.
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We are a global multi-industrial company with established core
businesses in the automotive and building industries
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Automotive Experience
Building Efficiency
A global leader in automotive seating and interiors
including door and instrument panels, floor and overhead
consoles and overhead systems.
Delivering technologies and services that increase
efficiency and lower operational and energy costs in
buildings.
Global WorkPlace Solutions
Power Solutions
Creating workplaces that help people and
businesses thrive.
The leading supplier of automotive starter batteries and
advanced batteries for Start-Stop and hybrid systems.
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An expanding global footprint means we are where
our customers need us to be
170,000
employees
serving customers in
28,000
employees in México
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150+
countries
We make the world a better place for our customers,
employees, communities and shareholders
OUR VISION
A more comfortable, safe and sustainable world
OUR MISSION
Exceeding our customers’ increasing expectations
OUR VALUES
Integrity
Customer Satisfaction
Employee engagement
Innovation
Sustainability
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Our environmental focus
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We do what we say we will do
As we continue to align environmental, social and governance responsibilities
with economic priorities, Johnson Controls sees positive results for our
business, our communities and our planet. We’re proud to be included on
prestigious sustainability indices.
Dow Jones Sustainability World Index
Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index
FTSE4Good Index Series
Calvert Social Index
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Maplecroft Climate Innovation Indexes
 Maplecroft CII Benchmark Index, #3 in 2012 — Includes 346 of the
largest U.S. companies engaged in public climate-related
programs
 Maplecroft CII Leaders Index, #3 in 2012 — Includes 100 topperforming companies from the Maplecroft CII Benchmark Index
MSCI indices including MSCI Global Climate Index and MSCI
KLD 400 Social Index, plus 27 other MSCI indices
STOXX® Global ESG Leaders indices
United Nations Global Compact’s “Global Compact 100” Index
NASDAQ® OMX CRD Global Sustainability 50 Index
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We hold ourselves accountable
Our detailed sustainability report follows the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
guidelines. Johnson Controls remained on track to achieve our 10-year
greenhouse gas, energy, water and waste intensity goals in 2013. We are
committed to an annual 1 percent absolute reduction of greenhouse gas
emissions across all our businesses.
ENERGY INTENSITY1
500
WATER INTENSITY2
160
300
GOAL
30%
100
7.0
70
4.0
40
GOAL
GOAL
10%
GOAL
20%
30%
REDUCTION
REDUCTION
REDUCTION
REDUCTION
OVER 10 YEARS
OVER 10 YEARS
OVER 10 YEARS
OVER 10 YEARS
08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
1. Gigajoules of electricity, gas, propane, steam
and diesel per million U.S. dollars revenue
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GREENHOUSE GAS (GHG)
EMISSIONS INTENSITY4
WASTE INTENSITY3
08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
2. Cubic meters of water consumed per
million U.S. dollars revenue
1.0
08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
3. Metric tons of waste sent to landfill or
incineration per million U.S. dollars revenue
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4. Metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent
emissions per million U.S. dollars revenue
Our businesses
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Power
Solutions
The leading supplier of automotive starter batteries and
advanced batteries for Start-Stop and hybrid systems.
$6.3
50+
135
billion
revenue
in 2013
manufacturing,
recycling and
distribution
centers
worldwide
million
batteries sold
globally in 2013
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Aftermarkert
batteries sold under
VARTA®, Heliar®,
LTH® and
OPTIMA® brands
as well as private
label brands
Johnson Controls Power Solutions
Operational Profile
 Johnson Controls performs the manufacturing,
distribution and recycling of batteries for
automobile and commercial purposes.
 Johnson Controls is the world leader in closed-loop
lead acid battery recycling
 We have four fully operational recycling centers in
the Americas; Florence, SC, Cienega de Flores,
Mexico, Garcia, Mexico and Yumbo, Colombia
 FRC is the first lead-acid battery recycling
operation to be granted Title V Permit in 20 years
 With the recent addition of the Florence Recycling
Center we are now the largest battery recycler in
the North and South America
 We also have a recycling center in Krautscheid,
Germany
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Operational Profile
Portland
Geneva
Toledo
Red Oak PF
Middletown DC
Middletown
Ft Wayne DC
St Joe
St Joe DC
Florence Poly
Winston Salem
Florence DC
Florence Recycling Center
Oconee Poly
Oconee PF
Yuma DC
Manufacturing Facilities
Battery Assembly & DC’s
Battery Assembly only
San Antonio DC
Distribution Centers
Component Plants (PF, Poly, Recycling Center)
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Tampa
Johnson Controls Power Solutions
Operational Profile
Torreón
Escobedo
Ciénega de Flores
García
Celaya
Manufacturing Facilities
Battery Assembly
Transportation
Distribution Centers
Component Plants (PF, Poly, Recycling Center)
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Johnson Controls Power Solutions
Why Recycle?
 We understand recycling as part of the process of making batteries.
 As part of a sustainability stewardship, we manage our business through the continuous
balance of the “triple bottom line”, bringing added value from the environmental, social and
financial perspective to our stake holders.
 We believe in having a Green Close Loop Cycle is part of the sustainability of the business
Corporate Sustainability:
 Allow to keep competitive raw material costs
 Provide our customers and consumers with price
stability according to economic conditions.
economic
prosperity
 Reduce the use of lead and other not
renewable natural resources
 Avoid the generation of waste
environmental
stewardship
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Managing
the
Triple
Bottom Line
 Protect our communities from hazardous
material waste
 Generation of jobs
social
responsibility
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Value Added Chain Overview – Close Loop
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Our Recycling Facilities – Environmental Leadership
Technology
 Enclosed operations under negative
pressure
 Wastewater and storm water treatment
systems
 Sulfur removal before lead recovery
 Fugitive Emissions Management
 Process Emissions Management
 Monitoring Systems
 Employee Exposure Protocols
 Innovation and Continuous Improvement –
Across the Board
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Our Recycling Facilities – Environmental Leadership
Acid Scrubbers
Bag Houses
Make-up Air Units
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Environment and Sustainability
Is a Corporate Social Responsibility
This is Not an Option
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