Long Term Targets

We are more than our products and services – We care. We care about our planet. We care about solid governance. We care about our people and the communities in which they live and work. We are on a mission to go from good to great and here are a few reasons why we will succeed.

  • We support a circular economy in which packaging can be reused or recycled.
  • We have started our own grass roots landfill free and renewable energy initiatives for all our manufacturing sites.
  • We have partnered with innovators like Terracycle, a leading provider of recycling platforms and Purecycle, a provider of ultra-pure recycled polypropylene, to make a difference.
  • Our science-based targets have been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
  • We are ranked #1 on Forbes’ Green Growth 50 2021 inaugural list, which highlights corporations that have managed to cut their greenhouse gas emissions, while simultaneously growing earnings.
  • We received the Platinum level rating in recognition of its sustainability efforts from EcoVadis, placing Aptar among the top 1% of the nearly 85,000 companies rated by EcoVadis across all industries.
  • We are ranked by Barron’s as one of the 100 Most Sustainable U.S. Companies for the fourth straight year (2022, #70)
  • We are ranked by Newsweek Magazine as one of America’s Most Responsible Companies (2022, #10)
  • We have a board that is comprised of 40% women and two of three board committees are chaired by a woman director.
  • Our CEO, Stephan B. Tanda has been named a Catalyst CEO for Change.
  • We are included in State Street’s Gender Diversity Index (NYSE: SHE).
  • We hire passionate, smart and caring people who are empowered to be bold, be accountable and be themselves.

1 – Excludes acquisitions and currency effects.
2 – Adjusted EBITDA (earnings before net interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) excludes restructuring initiatives, net realized investment gain/loss, transaction costs related to acquisitions, and non-recurring purchase accounting adjustments.
3 – ROIC (return on invested capital) = adjusted earnings before net interest and taxes, less tax effect / average capital (average of beginning of year and end of year capital) [capital = equity plus debt less cash].
4 – Cash dividends paid / adjusted earnings per share.

*Click here to see current Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures.

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