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The Dow Chemical Company Introduces HYPERTHERM 2399 Resin for Domestic and Commercial Hot and Cold Water Plumbing Pipes

The Dow Chemical Company has introduced HYPERTHERM 2399 Resin for domestic and commercial hot and cold water plumbing pipes. The new resin enhances the flexibility of plastic pipe so installers can bend water lines at turning joints allowing for ease of installation. The new resin enhances the flexibility of plastic pipe so installers can bend water lines at turning joints allowing for ease of installation. HYPERTHERM 2399 Resin provides excellent taste and odor characteristics for great tasting water. Pipes made with HYPERTHERM Resins are natural insulators and help improve the energy efficiency of hot water heating. Flexible plastic pipes made with HYPERTHERM 2399 Resin are light weight. Pipes made with HYPERTHERM Resins are easy to install and resistant to corrosion. It is a drop-in replacement for cross-linked polyethylene (PEX), requiring minimal tooling changes. Extruded pipe is ready for packaging directly off the line, requiring no post-extrusion curing. Pipes made with HYPERTHERM Resins can be recycled back into the production stream as needed.

The Dow Chemical Company Appoints Amy Wilson as New Corporate Secretary and Assistant General Counsel, Effective February 1, 2015

The Dow Chemical Company has appointed Amy Wilson as the new corporate secretary and assistant general counsel, effective February 1, 2015. She replaces Charles J. Kalil in the role, who will continue as executive vice president and general counsel. Wilson continues to report to Kalil. Wilson joined Dow's Legal Department in 2000 in Purchasing and Human Resources Law. In 2002, she transferred to the Corporate and Financial Law section and in 2006 she moved to Dow's Europe legal department in Horgen, Switzerland. Upon her return from Europe in 2008, she joined the Office of the Corporate Secretary and was elected assistant secretary by the Board of Directors. Wilson was named director of the Office of the Corporate Secretary in 2013. Prior to joining Dow, Wilson was an attorney at the firm of Currie Kendall, PC.

The Dow Chemical Company Announces Board Changes

The Dow Chemical Company announced that Amy E. Wilson has been elected corporate secretary by the Board of Directors, effective February 1, 2015, and has been named assistant general counsel. She replaces Charles J. Kalil in the role, who will continue as executive vice president and general counsel. Wilson continues to report to Kalil. Wilson joined Dow's Legal Department in 2000 in Purchasing and Human Resources Law. In 2002, she transferred to the Corporate and Financial Law section and in 2006 she moved to Dow's Europe legal department in Horgen, Switzerland. Upon her return from Europe in 2008, she joined the Office of the Corporate Secretary and was elected assistant secretary by the Board of Directors. Wilson was named director of the Office of the Corporate Secretary in 2013. Prior to joining Dow, Wilson was an attorney at the firm of Currie Kendall, PC.

LG Electronics Partners with the Dow Chemical Company to Commercialize LGs New Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

The Dow Chemical Company announced it is partnering with LG Electronics (LG) to provide cadmium-free quantum dot technology for LGs new Ultra HD TV with quantum dots unveiled Tuesday at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Dow's quantum dot technology, licensed from Nanoco Group plc (Nanoco), enables brilliant color in displays and, equally important, allows LG to plan their quantum dot requirements with the confidence of reliable, consistent supply from Dow.

Nanoco Group Plc Enters Manufacturing Contract with The Dow Chemical Co

Nanoco Group Plc has reached a manufacturing contract with The Dow Chemical Co. to set out information on how materials produced by Nanoco's production facility in Runcorn would be supplied to Dow as part of Dow's worldwide licensing deal with the company. Dow is likely to begin commercial production of Nanoco quantum dots in Cheonan, South Korea, in the first half of 2015 to provide high volume supply for its display industry customers, as indicated earlier. The manufacturing contract encompasses the pricing and payment terms associated with materials supplied by Nanoco to Dow.

 

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