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Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells
1397 King Road, West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States

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Industry : Fuel Cells
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Since Nov, 2016
About Company

Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells is a global business dedicated to the supply of high quality fuel cell components and backed by full research and development efforts.

The business has sites in the UK, USA, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea and Taiwan.

Within the rapidly changing fuel cell market, Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells works closely with customers and suppliers, developing tailored products for specific applications, designs and operating conditions to achieve the best possible performance.

In the coming years, fuel cell component design will continue to evolve as fuel cell technology becomes a part of our everyday existence and Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells is committed to be at the forefront of this development activity.

Fuel Cells were first demonstrated in the 1830s when William Grove used hydrogen to generate an electric current with the help of a platinum catalyst supplied by Johnson and Matthey.

For more than one hundred years, the fuel cell remained an invention without a practical application, only to emerge in the 1960s as the ideal source of onboard electricity and water for manned spacecraft. Johnson Matthey continues to supply electrocatalysts for fuel cell systems used in the NASA space programmes

In the early 1990s, Johnson Matthey began intense research and development efforts in PEM fuel cells, specifically fuel cell components. Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells Ltd was formed in 2000 and demonstrates Johnson Matthey’s commitment to fuel cell technology.

Anglo Platinum, the largest platinum supplier in the world and a long-standing collaborator with Johnson Matthey in fuel cells research over the years, took a 17.5% stake in Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells Ltd in 2002.

Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells’ MEA manufacturing facility in Swindon, UK was completed in 2003. This purpose built facility uses state of the art, flexible manufacturing methods to produce large volumes of fuel cell components for the hydrogen and methanol fuelled systems.

Benefits

  • Pension Scheme including life assurance cover (4 x salary), that can include employer contributions
  • Excellent learning and development opportunities
  • Employee Reward Scheme – Online deals & discount shopping vouchers with a wide variety of retailers
  • Generous leave allowance of 25 days holiday per annum plus eight statutory bank holidays
  • Attractive Johnson Matthey Group share incentive plan – after one year. Buy one partnership share and receive two free matching shares
  • Generous subsidised restaurant and refreshments
  • Enhanced Maternity Leave and Paternity provision
  • Child care vouchers through salary sacrifice scheme
  • Payment of subscriptions for professional bodies
  • Fantastic 10% off Costa Coffee, Lydiard Fields
  • Generous 20% off all Beefeater, Lydiard Fields’ main menu or lighter bite meals from the main menu Monday to Friday up to 7pm
  • Ample free parking on site
  • Long service awards
  • Christmas gift presented to all employees
  • Quick and easy way of donating money to your favourite charity through the Company’s ‘Payroll Giving’ Scheme
  • Free entry for you, one guest and up to 6 accompanying children under the age of 19 to ‘English Heritage’ sites 
Company NameJohnson Matthey Fuel Cells
Business CategoryFuel Cells
Address1397 King Road
West Chester
Pennsylvania
United States
ZIP: 19380
PresidentJeff Lucht
Year EstablishedNA
EmployeesNA
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Hours of OperationNA
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