Dow leverages joint heritage expertise
U.S.-based multinational corporation, Dow, has said the local unit in the country translates to a highly focused, more robust material science product portfolio leveraging expertise from the joint heritage of DowDupont.
Managing Director, West Africa, Edosa Obayagbona, This, he said, will support manufacturing and development aspirations in West Africa, driven by customer centricity, collaboration, inclusion and sustainability.His explanation follows its successful separation from DowDuPont, late March.
According to him, Dow is now even better-positioned to drive revenue growth and innovate for its customers, leveraging three advantaged building blocks – ethylene, propylene and silicones – to power one of the deepest chemistry sets in the industry.
The Company currently operates from two main locations in Nigeria and Ghana, serving customers in the consumer care, comfort and packaging industries.
Dow operates 38 manufacturing sites in 15 countries across Europe, Middle-East, Africa, and India, and delivered pro forma net sales of $17.4 billion in 2018.“Today marks the beginning of a new and exciting chapter for Dow. The changes we have made to Dow’s portfolio, cost structure and mindset are significant,” Chief Executive Officer, Jim Fitterling, had said during the separation from DowDuPont.