Dow, Inc. history, profile and corporate video

       Dow, Inc. is an American commodity chemical (materials science) company headquartered in Midland, Michigan, United States. It was formed on April 1, 2019, when Dow, Inc. spins from DowDuPont, becoming an independent public company.

       DowDuPont was formed through a merger of DowChemical and E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. on August 31, 2017, with the intention to subsequently spin off into three publicly traded companies in Agriculture (Corteva Agriscience), Materials Science (Dow, Inc.), and Specialty Products (DuPont de Nemours, Inc.).

       Dow, Inc. combined the strengths of DuPont‘s Performance Materials unit, along with Dow‘s Performance Plastics, Materials and Chemicals, Infrastructure and Consumer Solutions.

    Dow Products

       The company develops materials science solutions, delivering a broad range of differentiated technology-based products for various industries.

    • Additives and Modifiers
    • Adhesives and Sealants
    • Amines and Chelates
    • Conductive Materials
    • Elastomers and Plastomers
    • Emulsions, Fluids, Blends, and Dispersions
    • Foam-Control Agents
    • Gels, Encapsulants, and Conformal Coatings
    • Lubricants, Heat Transfer, and Deicing Fluids
    • Monomers
    • Optical Materials
    • Plastic Additives
    • Polyethylene
    • Polyurethanes
    • Release Coatings and Agents
    • Resins, Binders, and Film Formers
    • Silicones, Silicone-Organic Hybrids, and Silanes
    • Solvents and Glycols
    • Specialty Polymers and Compounds
    • Surfactants, Emulsifiers, and Polyglycols
    • Waxes and Powders
    Dow Markets

       The company combines chemistry, biology and physics to create innovative products in a wide range of markets.

    • Agriculture, Feed and Animal Care
    • Automotive and Transportation
    • Beauty and Personal Care
    • Building, Construction, and Infrastructure
    • Chemical Manufacturing and Industrial
    • Consumer Goods and Appliances
    • Electronics
    • Films, Tapes, and Release Liners
    • Food and Beverage
    • Healthcare and Hygiene
    • Home Care, Industrial, and Institutional Cleaning
    • Oil, Gas, and Mining
    • Packaging
    • Paints, Inks, and Coatings
    • Power, Water, and Telecommunications
    • Pulp and Paper
    • Textiles, Leather, and Nonwovens

       With more than 35 000 employees, Dow, Inc. is considered one of the top 2000 largest public companies in the world, according to Forbes.

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    **Video published on YouTube by “DowChannel“.



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