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Dow inaugurates Northeast Technology Center innovation hub

September 3, 2013

Center to support innovation for advanced materials portfolio of businesses.

Representing a new chapter in the company’s history in the Delaware Valley, The Dow Chemical Company inaugurated its new Northeast Technology Center (NTC) in Collegeville, PA.

A world-class, state-of-the-art 800,000 square foot facility, the NTC is a global research and development hub of modern lab and office facilities providing a fully equipped, collaborative space for more than 800 employees and contractors. One of the largest sites of its kind in Dow’s global network, the NTC will play a pivotal role as an innovation hub for many businesses in Dow’s Advanced Materials portfolio—a business unit headquartered in Philadelphia, which brings differentiated solutions to customers in key end-markets including electronics, consumer and lifestyle, infrastructure and transportation and energy.

Dow in the Delaware Valley employs approximately 2,000 people, generates $1 billion in customer sales annually and has had a presence in the region for more than 100 years. Products developed locally include acrylic technology for paints, coatings and construction materials; products used to fabricate electronic chips; polymer technologies for personal care, as well as technologies for enhanced water purification and laundry care. The company has already started moving employees from its Spring House Technical Center to the NTC and will continue the transition through 2014.
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