DuPont Invests In R&D And Manufacturing Resources In Europe

DuPont Invests In R&D And Manufacturing Resources In Europe

Investments support growing demand for DuPont adhesives for advanced mobility solutions.

DuPont Mobility & Materials announced it is investing $5 million in capital and operating resources at its manufacturing facilities in Germany and Switzerland to increase capacity for its high-performance automotive adhesives. The investment will expand capacity to support growing demand for advanced mobility solutions for vehicle electrification. New equipment has been delivered and installed that will increase manufacturing capacity as well as accelerate delivery of product samples to customers.

“As we see continued recovery of the global automotive market, we’re closely collaborating with our customers in Europe to deliver innovative advanced mobility solutions to meet their business needs,” said Tina Wu, vice president and general manager, Advanced Solutions, DuPont Mobility & Materials. “This investment reinforces our commitment to increase capacity and accelerate growth in hybrid and fully-electric vehicles.”

DuPont manufactures the following products in these facilities:

This capacity increase in Europe follows recent announcements the company has made reinforcing its ability to produce and supply customers with advanced adhesives solutions in the Asia-Pacific region.

DuPont Mobility & Materials business has manufacturing operations and R&D capabilities globally in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.

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