DuPont Thailand Innovation Center Overview


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A compilation of presentations made at the August 17, 2011 opening of the DuPont Thailand Innovation Center. Included is information on DuPont in the ASEAN region and Thailand, as well as photos of the Innovation Center. Photos start on slide 20.

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DuPont Thailand Innovation Center Overview

  1. 1. DuPont Innovation CenterMark VergnanoExecutive Vice PresidentAugust 17, 2011Inclusive Innovation in Action 1
  2. 2. The Vision of DuPont WE ARE A MARKET-DRIVEN SCIENCE COMPANY Our vision is to be the world’s  most dynamic science company,  creating sustainable solutions essential  to a better, safer, healthier life  for people everywhere. How DuPont makes a difference … Inclusive Innovation in Action 2
  3. 3. DuPont Mission – Sustainable GrowthThe creation ofshareholder andsocietal value whilewe reduce theenvironmentalfootprint* alongthe value chainsin which we operate.* DuPont defines “footprint” as all injuries, illnesses, incidents, waste, emissions, use of water and depletable forms of raw materials and energy. Inclusive Innovation in Action 3
  4. 4. 67,000 DuPont employees in more than 90 countries areworking to find solutions through Science. Inclusive Innovation in Action 4 4
  5. 5. Sometime in 2011, the earth’s population willreach 7 billion.By 2050, it will be 9 billion. Inclusive Innovation in Action 5
  6. 6. We are applying our science to findsolutions to some really BIG challenges… FEEDING THE WORLD REDUCING OUR DEPENDENCE KEEPING PEOPLE AND ON FOSSIL FUELS THE ENVIRONMENT SAFE Inclusive Innovation in Action 6© National Geographic images 6
  7. 7. Inclusive Innovation in Action 7
  8. 8. DuPont Innovation Center Commitment• Play an important role in the • Lead and facilitate inclusive company’s effort in building science based innovations alliances and partnership with responding to local needs people, companies, governments and organizations around the • Collaborate with partners to extend world to meet critical challenges locally developed solutions to facing the world driven largely by improve lives of people elsewhere population growth. Inclusive Innovation in Action 8
  9. 9. An Ideation EnvironmentInnovation Space – display of industry specific collaborative innovations, latest technology offerings and industry trends to stimulate innovation discussions.Collaboration Space – facilitate knowledge exchange among scientists via real-time connection to the 100 DuPont research and development and application development centers around the world to nurture and deliver game-changing solutions. Inclusive Innovation in Action 9
  10. 10. A Global Effort to Meet Global Needs• Begins with centers in Asia Pacific in India, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. More centers will be set up in AP in 2012.• Other centers are planned in Latin America, Europe and North America.• Collaborates with partners to identify needs anticipate market trends develop innovative solutions increase speed to deliver solutions to market place Inclusive Innovation in Action 10
  11. 11. Copyright © 2011 DuPont or its affiliates. All rights reserved.The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPont™, The miracles of science™and all products denoted with ™ or ® are registeredtrademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours andCompany or its affiliates.Images reproduced by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Companyunder license from the National Geographic Society. Inclusive Innovation in Action 11
  12. 12. Inclusive Innovation in Action 12
  13. 13. ASEAN Opportunities & Challenges –Solutions through Innovation Carl Lukach President DuPont East Asia Thailand Innovation Centre Opening August 17, 2011 Inclusive Innovation in Action
  14. 14. DuPont -- 40 years in ASEANHistory and Presence In 7 countries Entered ASEAN countries (except Vietnam and Cambodia) in the early 1970s Established presence in Vietnam in 1990s; Cambodia in 2008 Major businesses • Titanium Technologies • Performance Polymers • Crop Protection • Packaging & Industrial Polymers • Electronics & Communication ~ 2,700 employees 12 manufacturing and packaging plants
  15. 15. DuPont in ASEAN 12 manufacturing facilities Country offices in Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam
  16. 16. ASEAN Linked to Global Megatrends…GlobalMegatrends Safety & Energy Environment Food • Reduce CarbonASEAN • Population growth • 15% from footprintRelevance* ~2%p.a. renewable sources by 2015 • Clean Water* AEC Report • Leading food producer by 2020 • Green environment • Food Productivity • PV Manufacturing • Green BuildingDuPont and YieldDomain • Safety,CleanTech • Food Security & Handling
  17. 17. Rising Single Market in ASEANFROM TOCross-Border Barriers: Committed to a SINGLE market and production base by 2015ASEAN 10 Countries vary in – Economic Key Initiatives - Free flow of goods, capital & Social labor Strengthen IP Rights Cultural Harmonized System of World Class Standards eg. Food Political Safety Promote growth of SMEs Legal Prioritized integration: Agro- based, Automotive, Logistics, Electronics, Healthcare, Environment Regional energy cooperation
  18. 18. ASEAN: Growth Potential • 3rd largest population after China and India • Market Size & Growth potential is comparable to India • Dynamic inter- and intra- regional trade 40 30 Global Share of GDP Asean-6* % GDP Share 3.8% India 3.5% 20 15.6% China 10 5.4% Japan 0IMA Sept’2010*Asean10 > 4% 1990 2000 2010 2015
  19. 19. ASEAN -- Staying Competitive Hourly Wages in US$, 2010• Low Labor Rates 15• New Free Trade Agreements 10 US $/hour• Rising Currencies• Legal Standards Rising 5 0 a a nd an a HK sia e m sia s di in re or ne na la iw In ne Ch Ko ay ap pi ai et Ta do al ng il i p Th Vi M In Si Ph --- China IMA Asia, Asia’s Wage Outlook Oct 2010
  20. 20. The DuPont Knowledge Center (DKC) ASEAN and Global Innovation HubCritical sciences and engineering under one roof Customized application development 400 scientists and engineers – and growing!
  21. 21. DuPont ApproachIdentify Find Partners Design newTrends and and businessNeeds Collaborators models DuPont
  22. 22. DuPont ThailandThe Official Openingof DuPont Thailand Innovation CenterAugust 17, 2011
  23. 23. Who is DuPont ? DuPont Pro Forma Sales – 2010* $3.0 B Nutrition & $7.8 B Health $3.8 B Agriculture Performance Coatings $2.8 B $6.3 B Electronics & Total Performance Communications $34.2B Company* Materials $34.1B $6.3 B $3.4 B Performance Chemicals Safety & Protection $0.9 B Industrial* Includes $0.2B in ‘other’ sales.Total company sales exclude transfers. Biosciences 2
  24. 24. DuPont in Thailand - Milestones 1971 Operation in Thailand commenced under the name “DuPont Fareast Inc.” 1982 The company’s pesticide formulating and repackaging facility in Bangpoo was opened with US$1.1 million investment. 1999 Pioneer (Thailand) Co., Ltd, involved in the business of agricultural seeds with a factory in Lampoon and a Research Station in Lopburi, was acquired. 2000 The local office in Thailand was moved from Yada Building on Silom Road to M Thai Tower on Wireless Road. 2001 DuPont Performance Coatings (Thailand) was established to market and distribute car paint products. 2004 DuPont Performance Coatings was merged with DuPont (Thailand). 2010 New Pioneer Seed Production Facility in Lumphun began its operation. 2011 DuPont Thailand Innovation Center begins its operation, and 40th Anniversary for operation in Thailand8/17/2011 3
  25. 25. Pioneer Hi-Bred,DuPont in Thailand Seed Supply Management Lampoon Province Pioneer Hi-Bred, R & D Station Lopburi Province DuPont Performance Coating Samutprakarn Province CPP Plant, Bangpoo, Samutprakarn Province Bangkok Office, M.Thai Tower, Wireless Road Innovation Center, Chamchuri Square Bangkok Office, Pioneer, Ratchadapisek Road
  26. 26. Business Operation – Bringing DuPont Innovation toThailandMajor businesses and products Titanium technologies, performance coatings, engineering polymers, crop protection, and packaging and industrial polymers.KEY MARKET SEGMENTS Food & Agriculture, Automotive, Construction, Packaging, Oil and Gas, Renewable energy8/17/2011 5
  27. 27. Food Industry & DuPont Offerings Engineering Polymer economy & durableFood Ingredientssoy protein Animal Health People&Food Safety Solutions business excellence Anti-counterfeiting disease prevention robust & convenient Crop Protection Packaging Refrigeration optimal yield easy-to-use & durable Microbiological cost effective & environmentally friendly Safety rapid & easySeeds Food Service hygiene & style
  28. 28. Em dionsed do lobore fumo roluptatis8/17/2011 7
  29. 29. The DuPont Construction & Built Environment Business From Geotextiles To Photovoltaics Sustainability, Safety, Landscaping, Exterior, Interior, EnergyRoads, Rail, Airports, Commercial, Offices, Transportation and Accommodation Surface Energy Landscaping Retail, Storage... Infrastructure Protection Management Water, Civils ….
  30. 30. For over 200 years the world has seen us as innovator....8/17/2011 9
  31. 31. Copyright © 2011 DuPont or its affiliates. All rights reserved. TheDuPont Oval Logo, DuPont™, The miracles of science™ and allproducts denoted with ™ or ® are registered trademarks or trademarksof E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.Images reproduced by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company underlicense from the National Geographic Society.
  32. 32. DuPont Thailand InnovationCenter Inclusive Innovation in ActionAugust 17, 2011 1
  33. 33. 2 Leveraging Global Expertise To Meet Local Needs Inclusive Innovation in Action 28/17/2011
  34. 34. DuPont Thailand Innovation Center Essential elements accessible at the Center include: World-class industry knowledge DuPont and technology product expertise Real-time connectivity to DuPont global know-how and laboratories Integrated Solutions to Market Inclusive Innovation in Action 3
  35. 35. DuPont Thailand Innovation Center – Innovation Space Inclusive Innovation in Action 4
  36. 36. DuPont Thailand Innovation Center – Innovation Space Inclusive Innovation in Action 5
  37. 37. Collaboration Space 8/17/2011 Inclusive Innovation inTITLE PRESENTATION Action 6 6
  38. 38. Inclusive Innovation in Action 7
  39. 39. Copyright © 2011 DuPont or its affiliates. All rights reserved.The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPont™, The miracles of science™and all products denoted with ™ or ® are registeredtrademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours andCompany or its affiliates.Images reproduced by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Companyunder license from the National Geographic Society. Inclusive Innovation in Action 8