About

Halma is a leading international safety, health and environmental group. Its wholly owned but independently run companies offer advanced technology in specialised areas. These companies make products for:

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Halma companies make products that provide innovative solutions for many of the key problems facing the world today. We are a remarkable success story. Without realising it, you will encounter our products daily. We have nearly 50 businesses in 23 countries and major operations in Europe, the USA and Asia.

At a Glance

  • A FTSE 250 company quoted on the London Stock Exchange
  • Founded in 1894
  • Headquarters near London, United Kingdom
  • Around 5600 employees worldwide
  • Customers in 160 countries
  • Revenues of over £807.8 million in 2015/16*
  • ≥5% dividend growth for 37 years

* Adjustments as stated in note 1 to the 2015/16 Annual Report and Accounts.

Halma in India

Halma India Pvt. Ltd. is the Indian office of Halma plc, an international market leader in safety, health and environmental technology.

The Indian office is part of an expansion by Halma into the fast growing economies of Asia. It provides support services to Halma’s subsidiaries to tap the market potential and opportunities in the Indian market. Another important role is the provision of R&D and software development assistance to subsidiary companies, taking advantage of India’s highly educated workforce.

The Indian market is a compelling long-term growth opportunity for Halma. Nearly two decades of economic liberalisation, robust domestic demand and industrial activity, increased infrastructural activity and government spending on research institutes underscores the strong potential of the Indian market for Halma companies.

Halma’s subsidiaries make products that protect lives and improve the quality of life for people through innovation in market leading products which make its customers safer, more competitive and more profitable. These subsidiaries are assisting India’s thriving economy in areas such as manufacturing, energy, the environment, construction, transport and health.