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Page 1: Tetra Pak Key facts and figuresassets.panda.org/.../wwf_cs_workshop_oct_2010_teta_pak.pdfTetra Pak in summary, January 2010 TP327, JH/201003 Machine assembly plants 11 Packaging material

Tetra PakKey facts and figuresWorld-wide

TP331, JH/201002

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Today’s package portfolio

TP106, JH/201002

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Carton packages sold 1980 - 2009

0

20,000

40,000

60,000

80,000

100,000

120,000

140,000

160,000

'80 '81 '82 '83 '84 '85 '86 '87 '88 '89 '90 '91 '92 '93 '94 '95 '96 '97 '98 '99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09

Mio packs

TP310, JH/201002

145,030,000,000 packages sold 2009

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►Processing solutions

►Packaging solutions

►Distribution solutions

TP402, JH/200903

A systems supplier of

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2009Distribution machines 1,113

Packaging machines 351

Processing units 1,699

Total world deliveries

TP309, JH/201002

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Tetra Pak in summary, January 2010

TP327, JH/201003

Machine assembly plants 11

Packaging material and closure plants 42

Countries where Tetra Pak packages are available >170

R&D units 11

Technical service centres 41

Technical training centres 16

Employees 21,672

Net sales mio € 8,955

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Our Global Positioning

Food SafetyWe deliver processingand packaging solu-tions to make food safe and available everywhere.

EnvironmentWe use renewableresources, enablerecycling, and manageour carbon footprintresponsibility to contribute to a better planet.

TP428, JH/200903

We commit to making food safe and available, everywhereCustomers

We want to deliver quality, convenience,

value and wide choice to both our customers and their customers.

Well-BeingWe support our

employees and contributing to society

by providing opportunities through our global presence.

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Focused on our customer

Development &Engineering

Supply Chain Operations

Processing Solutions

CorporateFunctions

CommercialOperations

For optimal effectiveness

Global Leadership Team

TP302, JH/201002

Global Environment

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Reducing CO2 in our operations

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100’000 tonnes CO2 saving

40’000 tonnes CO2 saving

Business-as-Usual

Climate goal

10% absolute reduction, ~30% reduction vs. BaUInitial climate goal plan

Global CO2 emissions (k tonnes) Tetra Pak total

300

350

400

450

500

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Energyefficiency

Green power

10% reduction2010 vs. 2005

MA/ GE May2010

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Energy use (TJ) – corporate figures

+1.3% vs. 2005

Energy use has been quite stable since 2005

MA/ GE May2010

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Climate Goal 2010 Target 10% reduction by 2010 (2005 base)

Target

300

320

340

360

380

400

420

440

460

480

500

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Global CO2 emissions (k tonnes) Tetra Pak total

Energy efficiency

Green power

“Business as usual”

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CO2 footprint performance of our cartons

TP1134, JH/201002

Calculator tool on-line (raw material to converting)

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New climate goal(work in progress)

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Driving improvement through the life cycle of our packaging portfolio

Increase collection Increase collection & recycling& recycling

Efficient Efficient operationsoperations

Distribution and Distribution and storage storage

efficiencyefficiency

Minimise waste Minimise waste & energy use& energy use

Maximize use of Maximize use of renewable renewable resources, resources, reduce C reduce C footprintfootprint

MA/ GE May2010

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Comparing the old and the new goals

+ Informed estimates=>Clear and accurate

Baseline

1+2+ partial 3=>1+2

Scope GHG Protocol

How much more can we do?

=>KPI

Factories and Sites

Drive by Global Env=>Global Environment

Ownership

Involved=>Aware, Supportive

Top Management

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Comparing the old and the new goals

Complex, challenging=>Simple, straight-forward

3-rd party verification

Intel on grids still needed

=>Changes not considered

Public grids

Clear directions by WWF, restrictive

=>Clear directions by WWF, expanding

Renewable energy

Selling 1-1 process=>Top-down target

Decision

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Comparing the old and the new goals

Same + increased policy development activities,

info exchanges regarding Scope 3 implementation, dip

deeper into value chain understanding

=>Guidance green energy, guidance on audits,

communication opportunities

From Climate Savers

Expanding towards South and East

=>Reasonably stable

Market Geographies

Not clear, we’ll build it as we go

=>Clear, agreed, business case

Financials

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PROTECTS WHAT’S GOODTetra Pak’s commitment to food safety & sustainability