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Morgan Advanced Materials improves on prior performance and is awarded the Silver EcoVadis Medal for sustainability. The medal is in recognition of an overall score that represents the improvements made across the four pillars of ESG (Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement). This result places Morgan among the top 25 percent of companies assessed by EcoVadis.
A consortium set-up to develop the next generation in battery technology has received a significant boost, with the donation of a pioneering advanced material to the project. Morgan Advanced Materials has provided Lucideon with a high-performance lithium conducting solid-electrolyte material, which is not yet available in the marketplace.
At Morgan Advanced Materials we are contributing to a more sustainable world and striving to make a positive difference. We take our purpose and commitments seriously, with plans in place to deliver a step change in our environmental performance.
Following Morgan Advanced Materials’ announcement of our partnership with The Faraday Institution, who are powering the battery revolution in Britain, we are delighted to announce a new Industry sprint, focused on lithium-ion conducting fibre for composite solid-state electrolytes.
At Morgan Advanced Materials we are proud of our environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials and the focus we place on improving all aspects of ESG as we strive to become a more sustainable business. As a result of our efforts, we’ve been awarded the AAA rating for our sustainability achievements and initiatives, by MSCI.
Today we announced an ambitious plan to contribute to efforts to create a more sustainable future.
As part of the next phase of our strategy, we have set stretching targets to further improve our environmental impact, to support the safety of our employees and to promote diversity & inclusion across our business. We have defined five environmental, social and governance (ESG) objectives to improve our performance as a Group.
The growing demand for hybrid and electric vehicles requires new engineering solutions and one of the greatest challenges is how to manage heat. Morgan Advanced Materials is taking industry-leading products and expertise in developing thermal management systems (which have transformed gas and diesel-powered trains to electrified trains) and is now applying that capability to the automotive sector.
Global engineering company Morgan Advanced Materials applies world-class material science and manufacturing expertise to solve its customers’ technical challenges.
A plethora of expertise makes up the complex products and services offered by Morgan Advanced Materials, but it essentially boils down to a simple concept: helping its customers achieve more with less.
However, when you look at the vast amount of what customers can get through Morgan Advanced Materials, the bottom line might almost seem like a paradox.
Superwool® XTRA, a low-biopersistent fiber, meets stringent environmental requirements in addition to high-temperature tolerance and improved pollutant resistance.
Lining iron and steel furnaces is critical to extend the life of the furnaces and to protect the purity of the metals being heat treated. Therefore, choosing the best material to meet these needs is crucial. For many years, the first-choice material for the industry has been refractory ceramic fiber (RCF), which can withstand the extreme temperatures within the furnace and has strong resistance to pollutants.
Morgan Advanced Materials, world leaders in ceramic and carbon materials science and engineering, is descending on GIFA with a range of its innovative high-performance materials.
GIFA is one of the largest international exhibitions for foundry and metallurgy technology, taking place once every four years in Germany. This year, Morgan is exhibiting with three of its key global businesses, including its Molten Metal System, Thermal Ceramics, and Haldenwanger® teams. Each business will have a range of high-performance materials on show to help with linings for furnaces, kilns, crucibles and more.