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Johnson Matthey (JM), a global leader in sustainable technologies, today announces a new sustainability strategy framework. Ramping up activity across three pillars of activity - JM's products and services, its operations and people - the strategy enables JM to significantly increase the positive contribution it is making in accelerating progress towards a cleaner and healthier world.
With its stock down 3.2% over the past month, it is easy to disregard Johnson Matthey (LON:JMAT). It seems that the...
For 200 years Johnson Matthey has pursued metallurgical innovation, from its 19th-century creation of the world’s first standard metres and kilogrammes to the 1970s development of the catalytic converters that dominate its sales today. At its research facility outside Oxford, the company has been developing eLNO — a jet-black substance made from nickel, cobalt and lithium — that it believes can transform the electric vehicle market and with it JM’s fortunes. Used in cathodes, by far the most expensive part of electric vehicle batteries, the company says the material will significantly improve range and cost — among the biggest barriers to widescale adoption.