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BASF Strategy 2020

BASF Further Develops Its Corporate Strategy

| Editor: Marion Henig

BASF further develops its corporate strategy. Dr. Kurt Bock, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors (center), Dr. Martin Brudermüller, Vice Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors (right) and Dr. Hans-Ulrich Engel, Chief Financial Officer (left). Photo: BASF - The Chemical Company, 2011 (Picture: BASF)
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BASF further develops its corporate strategy. Dr. Kurt Bock, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors (center), Dr. Martin Brudermüller, Vice Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors (right) and Dr. Hans-Ulrich Engel, Chief Financial Officer (left). Photo: BASF - The Chemical Company, 2011 (Picture: BASF)

BASF plans to strengthen its position as the world’s leading chemical company. In its further developed strategy “We create chemistry,” the company outlines how it wants to achieve this.

Ludwigshafen, Germany – The Chairman of BASF’s Board of Executive Directors Dr. Kurt Bock, Vice Chairman Dr. Martin Brudermüller and CFO Dr. Hans-Ulrich Engel presented the current corporate strategy at a press conference today in Ludwigshafen.

Bock pointed out that the company had achieved its leading position thanks to its strategy in the past years: “We will build on this and make a significant contribution to meeting the needs of a growing world population.” BASF sees population growth as a crucial trend that brings on the one hand enormous global challenges, but on the other hand offers many additional opportunities, in particular for the chemical industry. In accordance with sustainable development, BASF will play a role with regard to conserving resources, ensuring healthy food and nutrition and improving people’s quality of life. “We have summarized what we do as a company in our corporate purpose: We create chemistry for a sustainable future,” said Bock.

BASF Targets Profitable Growth

The company has set itself ambitious goals. BASF forecasts that global chemical production will grow faster than global gross domestic product (GDP) through 2020. In this period, the company expects the global economy to grow by an average of 3 percent per year, and thus slightly faster than in the past 10 years, while chemical production is forecast to grow on average by 4 percent per year. BASF continues to aim to grow 2 percentage points above chemical production and thus increase sales by an average of 6 percent per year until 2020. Overall, BASF targets sales of approximately €115 billion and seeks to further increase profitability to achieve an EBITDA of €23 billion in 2020.

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