The Sika PowerCure adhesive system delivers the precision and performance of the high-end pump systems found on vehicle manufacturers’ production lines. It combines high flexibility, ergonomic and easy handling, and minimal waste in a clear and focused design. Sika PowerCure is the total solution for smaller sealing and bonding applications.
Sika has won two awards in the 2015 Automotive News PACE (Premier Automotive Suppliers’ Contribution to Excellence) Award. The renowned award competition for automotive suppliers honor innovations in product, manufacturing process and information technology.
Photograph: Dave Jones (left), President, Head of Global Automotive at the award
Know more about new projects like the King Fahd Library, Riyadh, about easy-to-apply solutions, or about Sika's support of a social integration center in Romania.
Ileana Nicolae, Area Manager Europe East, explains the link between pursuing a successful growth strategy and providing community support.
See Sika’s second GRI report, and it covers the calendar year of 2014. Sika regards sustainability as a business enabler and business driver. On the other hand, the company strives to improve our own environmental and safety footprint, reducing energy, water and material demand per product unit, and work without injuries.
The Sika success story continued in 2014 persistently. Sales reached record levels in all regions and all relevant growth targets for 2014 were exceeded. High growth momentum and disciplined cost management led to record figures of CHF 633.2 million (+21.0%) for the operating result and CHF 441.2 million (+28.0%) for net profit.
“Customer First” is a cornerstone of the Sika values and principles and addresses the key question: What can we do to offer our customers maximum benefit anytime? The answer is given every day by Sika employees themselves. Through their personal commitment, their expertise and by an innovative portfolio of products and solutions.
Photo: Marie-Claude Girard (left), Technical Sales Representative Flooring, Canada. Samuel Buteau (right), BGLA Architects