Who we are, and What we do

You have been protected by and benefitted from our products, even if you never knew it.

From smoke detectors and automatic door sensors to water quality analysers and blood pressure monitors, our technologies help people in every walk of life and every corner of the world.

Our ophthalmic companies are helping prevent and cure blindness from London to Uganda, and our environmental businesses are combating water shortages and improving crop yields.

Our safety interlocks and bursting disks save lives and prevent industrial and environmental disasters, and our sensors and detectors protect millions of people every day.

We have operating companies all over the world, corporate hubs in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas, and do business across the globe.

We are Halma, and we protect lives and improve quality of life for people worldwide.

Vision & Strategy

Halma challenges itself to double its revenue and profit every 5 five years, with an even split of organic growth and acquisition activity.

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We develop and create technologies that have a real, positive impact on people’s lives and health, businesses’ safety and efficiency, and the world’s limited natural resources.

By applying innovative science and engineering to critical resources, processes and aspects of life our businesses have intrinsic strength and stability: our long-term growth is underpinned by a foundation of increasing demand for life-critical resources, safety in the workplace, and better healthcare.

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Values & Culture

We believe strongly in independence and autonomy for our businesses, and that responsibility means we need great people who are ready to make a difference in the company – and the world.

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We are committed to supporting all of our employees, recognising and rewarding achievement and talent, and acting fairly across our business.

We see diversity and inclusiveness as an essential part of our productivity, creativity, innovation and competitive advantage.

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Our commitment to corporate responsibility is supported by our membership of the FTSE4Good UK index. This measures the performance of companies that meet globally recognised standards of corporate responsibility, and we have been included every year since its inception in 2001.

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Performance Track Record

Halma has achieved record revenue and profit for the last 12 consecutive years, and a 36-year track record of growing dividend payments by 5% or more every year – the longest on the London Stock Exchange.

The diverse range of niche markets that our companies are involved in are typically non-cyclical, with high-barriers to entry and strong long term growth drivers.

Regulation underpins many of them, making customer spending non-discretionary, and our companies’ strong market positions offer good opportunities to capitalise on upgrade and replacement sales opportunities as customers seek to maintain compliance and conform to best practice.

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Talentum® flame detectors from Halma company FFE are being used in the BLOODHOUND Project, a feat of engineering that aims to shatter the world land speed record and reach speeds of over 1000mph.FFE's talented engineering team rose to the challenge and adapted one of their industrial products into one that met the BLOODHOUND's demanding requirements - able to to protect a ‘spaceship, jet fighter and racing car’ all in one.Read more and watch the film:
Talentum® flame detectors from Halma company FFE are being used in the BLOODHOUND Project, a feat of engineering that aims to shatter the world land speed record and reach speeds of over 1000mph.FFE's talented engineering team rose to the challenge and adapted one of their industrial products into one that met the BLOODHOUND's demanding requirements - able to to protect a ‘spaceship, jet fighter and racing car’ all in one.Read more and watch the film:
Mine Hunters, the National Geographic Channel series that follows a team on the trail of gemstones in some of the remotest regions on Earth, recently showed a glimpse of the lifesaving potential of personal gas detectors:
Mine Hunters, the National Geographic Channel series that follows a team on the trail of gemstones in some of the remotest regions on Earth, recently showed a glimpse of the lifesaving potential of personal gas detectors:
Halma is holding its 122nd AGM later today and makes a trading update with comments relating to the first financial quarter, which ended on 2 July 2016. You can view the announcement on the Halma web site:https://lnkd.in/dVwTRZe
Halma is holding its 122nd AGM later today and makes a trading update with comments relating to the first financial quarter, which ended on 2 July 2016. You can view the announcement on the Halma web site:https://lnkd.in/dVwTRZe
Watch an introduction to our recent acquisition CenTrak, and learn how the company's innovative location-tracking technology helps improve quality and efficiency in healthcare:
Watch an introduction to our recent acquisition CenTrak, and learn how the company's innovative location-tracking technology helps improve quality and efficiency in healthcare:
Moths' eyes, fibre optics and randomised nanostructures. Not things you would normally think of as having much in common - until now.
Moths' eyes, fibre optics and randomised nanostructures. Not things you would normally think of as having much in common - until now.
Get to know Halma in just 90 seconds - watch our 2016 key facts video now:https://lnkd.in/dvmqmZw
Get to know Halma in just 90 seconds - watch our 2016 key facts video now:https://lnkd.in/dvmqmZw