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INTRODUCTION
• FOUNDED IN THE YEAR “JULY ,1802” ,BY
“ELEUTHERE IRENEE DUPONT”.
• LOCATED AT WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, U.S.
• S...
OUR MISSION:Sustainable Growth: The creation of shareholder and societal
value while we reduce our environmental footprint...
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CHAIR OF THE BOARD & CHIEF
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
Ellen Kullman, 57, is chair of the board and chief
executiv...
THE BOARD MAINTAINS FIVE COMMITTEES:1.AUDIT
(Members: Lamberto Andreotti, Richard. H. Brown, Robert A.
Brown, and Eleuther...
DUPONT PRODUCTS AND SRVICES
• SEDDS:1.

ALFALFA

2.

CANOLA

3.

• CROP PROTECTION:1.

CEREAL PROTECTION

CORN/MAIZE

2.

...
CONTINUED…..
• DISPLAY MATERIAL
1. LIQUID CRYSTAL
DISPLAY(LED)
2. ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING
DIODES(OLED)
3. PLASMA DISPLAY PA...
• Electronic & Electrical
Materials

• Packaging Materials &
Solution
s

1. Cell Phone Handsets and
Mobile Device Material...
CONTINUED….
• Construction Materials
1.

Building Envelope Systems

2.

Carpet & Flooring Products

3.

Safety Glass Inter...
• Industries you might be interested in:
1. Agriculture
2. Animal Health
3. Automotive
4. Building & Construction
5. Elect...
Aiming Our R&D Engine at Big Challenges

86%
of R&D Spend

Targeting
Food, Energy,
Protection

$2 billion
R&D spend
in 201...
TOGETHER, WE CAN FEED A GROWING
POPULATION.
•

Advanced DuPont food ingredients improve overall nutritional
value by reduc...
DUPONT 2012 SEGMENT SALES
$2.5B

$9.2B

Nutrition &
Health

Agriculture

Performance
Coatings

$3.2B

Electronics &
Commun...
1802
E.I. du Pont

1900s
Research

1928
Chemical Expansion

1802
Wilmington, Delaware

1903
Experimental Station

1930
Fre...
1941
Orlon

1971
Automatic Clinical Analyzer

1942
Manhattan Project

1972
Electronics Expansion

1949
Engineering Polymer...
“CSR” INITIATIVES:Environmental Goals of the 1990s
•

ƒReduce total discharges (excluding CO2) by 50% by year 2000 based o...
CONTINUED……..
•

In 2005, BusinessWeek magazine, in conjunction with the Climate Group, ranked DuPont
as the best-practice...
SWOT ANALYSIS
NASCAR SPONSORSHIP
•

DuPont is widely known for its sponsorship of 4 time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion
Jeff Gordon a...
RECOGNITION
•

DuPont has been awarded the National Medal of Technology four times: first in 1990, for
its invention of "h...
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  • In 2011, we invested nearly $2 billion on research and development. About 86 percent of this investment was targeted to solve challenges in food, energy and protection. Our U.S. patent filings were up compared to 2010, reaching 2,047 in 2011, and our U.S. patent grants totaled 910—a record year in the history of our company.
  • DuPont is collaborating with scientists, customers, local growers, governments, and universities around the world to enhance the quality and quantity of food. Our science based collaborations in agriculture, nutrition, food protection, packaging and biosciences are addressing the need for sustainable solutions to feed the world’s seven billion people.Our high-yielding seed varieties and sustainable crop protection solutions help make the most of every acre. Advanced DuPont food ingredients improve overall nutritional value by reducing fats, salts and sugars and provide weight management, digestive and bone health benefits. Food protection ingredients and advanced pathogen detection systems improve food quality, and our ingredients and innovative packaging materials reduce food waste by increasing shelf life.Note: NatGeo image used.
  • DuPont continues to evolve. Years ago DuPont was commonly known as the chemical company that invented nylon. Today, our largest segment contains a seed business and a crop protection business. What might surprise you is that our largest raw material is agricultural materials.
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    1. 1. INTRODUCTION • FOUNDED IN THE YEAR “JULY ,1802” ,BY “ELEUTHERE IRENEE DUPONT”. • LOCATED AT WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, U.S. • STARTED AS A GUN POWDER MILL . • COMPANY TRADED AS :- NYSE: DD • DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE COMPONENT • S&P 500 COMPONENT
    2. 2. OUR MISSION:Sustainable Growth: The creation of shareholder and societal value while we reduce our environmental footprint along the value chains in which we operate. OUR VISION:To be the world's most dynamic science company, creating sustainable solutions essential to a better, safer, healthier life for people everywhere. OUR CORE VALUES:• Safety and Health • Environmental Stewardship • Highest Ethical Behavior • Respect for People
    3. 3. BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIR OF THE BOARD & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICE Ellen Kullman, 57, is chair of the board and chief executive officer of DuPont. She is the 19th executive to lead the company in more than 208 years of DuPont history. Ellen became CEO on Jan.1, 2009, and chair of the board on Dec. 31 that year. She was president from Oct. 1 through Dec. 31, 2008. Prior to that, she served as executive vice president and a member of the company's office of the chief executive. As CEO, Ellen has championed market-driven science to drive innovation across the company’s businesses. Under her leadership, decision making has moved closer to customers around the world, resulting in greater partnering, collaboration, and solutions attuned to local needs.
    4. 4. THE BOARD MAINTAINS FIVE COMMITTEES:1.AUDIT (Members: Lamberto Andreotti, Richard. H. Brown, Robert A. Brown, and Eleuthere I. du Pont) 2.ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (Members: Richard H. Brown, Bertrand P. Collomb, Curtis J. Crawford and Lee M. Thomas) 3.COMPENSATION (Members: Alexander M. Cutler, Marillyn A. Hewson, Lois D. Juliber and Lee M. Thomas) 4.CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (Members: Bertrand P. Collomb, Curtis J. Crawford, Alexander M. Cutler and Marillyn A. Hewson) 5.SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (Members: Lamberto Andreotti, Robert A. Brown, Eleuthere I. du Pont and Lois D. Juliber)
    5. 5. DUPONT PRODUCTS AND SRVICES • SEDDS:1. ALFALFA 2. CANOLA 3. • CROP PROTECTION:1. CEREAL PROTECTION CORN/MAIZE 2. CITRUS FRUIT PROTECTION 4. COTTON 3. CORN PROTECTION 5. INOCULANTS 4. COTTON PROTECTION 6. MILLET 7. MUSTARD 5. FRUIT,NUT AND VINE PROTECTION 8. RICE 9. SORGHUM 6. 10. SOYABEANS OILSEED AND PULSECROP PROTECTION 11. SUNFLOWERS 7. POTATO PROTECTION 12. WHEAT 8. RICE,PEANUTS ,SOYABEAN AND VEGETABLES
    6. 6. CONTINUED….. • DISPLAY MATERIAL 1. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY(LED) 2. ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODES(OLED) 3. PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL MATERIAL (PDP) • Films 1. Fluoropolymer Films 2. Phototooling Films • Chemicals, Compounds & Solutions 1. Additives 2. Aerosols 3. Cleaners, Removers & Disinfectants 4. Lubricants 5. Methylamines 6. Monomers 7. Refrigerants 8. Sulfuric Acid Offerings
    7. 7. • Electronic & Electrical Materials • Packaging Materials & Solution s 1. Cell Phone Handsets and Mobile Device Materials 1. Active Packaging 2. Ceramic Circuit Materials 2. Anti-Counterfeiting Solutions 3. Electrical Materials 3. Cosmetics Packaging 4. Embedded Passive Materials 4. Electronic Packaging 5. Flexible/Rigid-Flex Circuit Materials 5. Envelopes 6. Printed Circuit Board Materials 7. Food Packaging Systems 7. Semiconductor Fabrication Materials 8. Industrial Packaging 8. Semiconductor Packaging Materials 9. Wafer Level Packaging Materials • Wire & Cable Materials 1. Fire Extinguishants 2. Limited Combustible Cabling Material 3. Wire Insulating & Coating Materials€ 6. Foam Expansion Agents 9. Lidding Materials 10. Medical Packaging Materials 11. Oil & Grease Repellents 12. Packaging Resins 13. Sealants 14. Sustainable Packaging
    8. 8. CONTINUED…. • Construction Materials 1. Building Envelope Systems 2. Carpet & Flooring Products 3. Safety Glass Interlayers 4. Stone & Tile Protection 5. Surface Design Materials • Consulting Services and Process Technologies 1. Asset Productivity and Reliability Consulting 2. Environmental Consulting and Technology Licensing 3. Workplace Safety and Consulting
    9. 9. • Industries you might be interested in: 1. Agriculture 2. Animal Health 3. Automotive 4. Building & Construction 5. Electronics 6. Energy 7. Enzymes 8. Food and Beverage 9. Government & Public Sector 10. Health Care & Medical 11. Industrial Biotech 12. Manufacturing 13. Packaging & Printing 14. Plastics 15. Safety & Protection 16. Transportation 17. Water & Sewage Treatment
    10. 10. Aiming Our R&D Engine at Big Challenges 86% of R&D Spend Targeting Food, Energy, Protection $2 billion R&D spend in 2011 Chemicals & Materials Electronics 19
    11. 11. TOGETHER, WE CAN FEED A GROWING POPULATION. • Advanced DuPont food ingredients improve overall nutritional value by reducing fats, salts and sugars and provide weight management, digestive and bone health benefits. • We are partnering with local farmers and growers to increase their yield potential of seeds– even in harsh conditions. • We are working side-by-side with farmers to keep crops pestfree and disease-free. • We are working with manufacturers and retailers to reduce waste by packaging food to protect it from contaminants and decay and increase shelf life. 20 © National Geographic image
    12. 12. DUPONT 2012 SEGMENT SALES $2.5B $9.2B Nutrition & Health Agriculture Performance Coatings $3.2B Electronics & Communications $6.8B $38B* $7.8B Performance Chemicals $4.3B Performance Materials $3.9B $0.7B Safety & Protection Industrial Biosciences * Total company sales exclude transfers. 21
    13. 13. 1802 E.I. du Pont 1900s Research 1928 Chemical Expansion 1802 Wilmington, Delaware 1903 Experimental Station 1930 Freon® 1804 Black Powder 1904 Pyroxylin 1931 Ti-Pure® 1804 First Powder Mill 1910s Synthetic Textile Fibers 1931 Neoprene 1859 First Acquisition 1910 Artificial Leather 1933 Remington Arms 1880 First Dynamite 1915 Plastics 1939 Nylon 1880 1917 1939
    14. 14. 1941 Orlon 1971 Automatic Clinical Analyzer 1942 Manhattan Project 1972 Electronics Expansion 1949 Engineering Polymers 1976 SilverStone 1961 Tedlar® 1979 Gossamer Albatross 1962 Lycra 1981 New England Nuclear Corporation 1969 Pharmaceuticals Grows 1983 Preserving Open Land 1969 1986
    15. 15. “CSR” INITIATIVES:Environmental Goals of the 1990s • ƒReduce total discharges (excluding CO2) by 50% by year 2000 based on 1990 discharges to air, land and water. • ƒ Eliminate or render harmless all toxic emissions to the environment by 1995. • ƒReduce the energy intensity of our operations by 25% by year 2000 based on1990 energy intensity. Re-established in 1996 to reduce an additional 15% by 2005. • ƒImprove our manufacturing operations by establishing robust audit processes. • Reduce uncontrolled releases to the environment. • ƒEstablish community dialogue processes at all of our manufacturing sites.
    16. 16. CONTINUED…….. • In 2005, BusinessWeek magazine, in conjunction with the Climate Group, ranked DuPont as the best-practice leader in cutting their carbon gas emissions. They pointed out that DuPont reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by more than 65% from the 1990 levels while using 7% less energy and producing 30% more product. May 24, 2007 marked the opening of the 2.1 million USD DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve, a wildlife observatory and interpretive center on the Delaware Bay near Milford, Delaware. DuPont contributed both financial and technological support to create the center, as part of its "Clear into the Future" initiative to enhance the beauty and integrity of the Delaware Estuary. The facility will be state-owned and operated by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC)
    17. 17. SWOT ANALYSIS
    18. 18. NASCAR SPONSORSHIP • DuPont is widely known for its sponsorship of 4 time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon and his Hendrick Motorsports No. 24 Chevrolet SS. DuPont sponsored Gordon since he began in Sprint Cup (then Winston Cup) in 1992. DuPont said this about their sponsorship: • Our sponsorship of Jeff Gordon helps keep DuPont brands and products in the public eye. Branding is a key component of the DuPont knowledge intensity strategy for achieving sustainable growth.[54] • The partnership lasted 18 seasons before DuPont was replaced by AARP Drive to End Hunger as the No. 24 team's primary sponsor. DuPont continued as associate sponsor with a 12-race deal, and the deal was extended to 14 races after DuPont sold its performance coatings business, now known as Axalta Coating Systems, to Carlyle
    19. 19. RECOGNITION • DuPont has been awarded the National Medal of Technology four times: first in 1990, for its invention of "high-performance man-made polymers such as nylon, neoprene rubber, "Teflon" fluorocarbon resin, and a wide spectrum of new fibers, films, and engineering plastics"; the second in 2002 "for policy and technology leadership in the phaseout and replacement of chlorofluorocarbons". Additionally, DuPont scientist George Levitt was honored with the medal in 1993 for the development of sulfonylurea herbicides—environmentally friendly herbicides for every major food crop in the world. In 1996, DuPont scientist Stephanie Kwolek was recognized for the discovery and development of Kevlar. • On the company's 200th anniversary in 2002, it was presented with the Honor Award by the National Building Museum in recognition of DuPont's "products that directly influence the construction and design process in the building industry."
    20. 20. STOCK PERFORMANCE GRAPH
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