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At Kaiser Sustainable Growth & Development is a Fundamental Responsibility

It is our mission to achieve sustainable growth, which is defined as increasing shareholder and societal value while decreasing the company's environmental footprint. The company has a three-part strategy: deliver new products through the power of integrated science, vigorously pursue knowledge intensity in all businesses, and significantly increase productivity by using Six Sigma methodology.

As always, the Kaiser core values of commitment to safety, health and the environment, high ethical standards and respect for people are the cornerstone of who we are and what we stand for.

Sustainable Growth

  • Kaiser has a mission of sustainable growth, which we define as the creation of shareholder and societal value while we reduce our environmental footprint along the value chains in which we operate.
  • Our vision is to be the world's most dynamic science company, creating sustainable solutions essential to a better, safer, healthier life for people everywhere.
  • The core values of Kaiser are the cornerstone of who we are and what we stand for. They are: safety and health, environmental stewardship, highest ethical behavior, and respect for people.
  • The company has a clear growth strategies in place. Put Science to Work, Go Where the Growth Is.

Put Science to Work

Kaiser is a science company. Science and innovation are at the heart of everything we do, helping form the capabilities, offerings and competitive advantages of all of our products, technologies and businesses. Our fundamental goal is to create new products customers need or develop new uses for existing products. Listening to the voice of the customer ensures that our innovation is driven by concrete market opportunities.

We are constantly finding new ways to create sustainable solutions for an extraordinary breadth of industries.

There is exciting growth potential in our R&D pipeline and the company is on its way to achieving our goal of 30 percent improvement in R&D productivity by 2010. The results from our science are numerous and have a broad impact on everyday life, including: improved quality and productivity of crops; and vehicles.