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By e-mail: Corporate Information Center
By phone: call our 24-hour Corporate Information Center at 1-800-441-7515 (U.S. callers only) or 1-302-774 -1000 (from anywhere in the world).
For complete contact listings available, see Contact Us. For information on contacting specific international regional offices of a specific business unit, see DuPont Worldwide or Businesses and Joint Ventures.
Customers, consumers, and businesses know our products differently, so we've made it possible to locate product information (descriptions, uses, data sheets, applications, etc.) in several ways. You can find information by:
Advanced Product Search - search functionality allowing you to enter search criteria of your choosing,
Product Families - listings of products by type
Markets - listings of products by the industry association,
Alphabetical Listing - indexes of product brands A to Z, or
Consumer Applications - listings of select products by the familiar and everyday applications they are in.
If you're a DuPont business customer, you may be able to purchase online using DuPont Direct. DuPont doesn't sell directly to the consumer market, but consumers can explore Consumer Applications to find out more about which applications use our solutions and products.
We do business in more than 70 countries in the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. For specific region and country contact information, see DuPont Worldwide
Here you will find information on how to contact the nearest office in each region, as well as selected links to DuPont regional Web sites.
Ellen Kullman, 54, is chair of the board and chief executive officer of DuPont. For profiles of Ellan and all the senior executives and board members, see: Meet the Executives or Board of Directors.
DuPont invests more than $1 billion a year on research and development (R&D) in multiple disciplines and is home to one of the world's largest industrial R&D facilities, the Experimental Station ». The result of such sustained R&D efforts is discontinuous innovation, the sudden appearance of a major breakthrough in technology that can yield entirely new products, processes, or services. Results occur only after great difficulty and long perseverance, and involve the interaction of technological research and market development. Collaborative R&D with other companies, and the licensing of intellectual assets (property) are also increasingly playing a role in the process.
For more perspective on our approaches to technical development, see DuPont Science.
A wealth of corporate data, investor information, scientific and product publications are now online. See Publications for availability and downloading. You may also sign up for E-mail Alerts to select among and receive e-mail publications for customers, consumers, and investors.
All updates and releases are posted and archived in Media Center. You'll also find scientific position statements, executive speeches and other recent general company information.
Anyone with an e-mail address can receive our E-mail Alerts, periodically e-mailed company news updates, with information pertaining to customers, consumers, and investors. Frequency of distribution varies by lists, and you can unsubscribe from an e-mail alert list at any time. For information on unsubscribing see Unsubscribing Help.
DuPont supports numerous community and educational programs focused on increasing access to opportunities and improving the communities in which we operate and live in worldwide. DuPont also supports initiatives that produce significant and measurable results in four major areas of environmental quality: conservation, public policy, research and education, and environmental management. For more information about our community commitments, and how to apply for grants, see Community Outreach. For more on our support of educational institutions -from kindergartens to universities-see Education Commitment.
DuPont continually selects, develops, and trains new employees to help the company maintain our current scientific leadership and to expand that leadership into new areas. Opportunities for employment exist for students (co-ops and internships), new graduates and mid-career professionals. To learn more about career opportunities, job openings, and how to apply, see Careers.
DuPont is an equal opportunity employer. To be considered for employment with DuPont in the United States, you must be at least 18 years of age and a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, refugee, or temporary resident under the legalization program of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA). Temporary residence status does not include individuals in nonimmigrant status or those with temporary work authorization, such as students in practical training status. DuPont does not normally sponsor foreign citizens to obtain a work visa or permanent residency. In support of a safe workplace, DuPont requires all offers of employment to be contingent on satisfactory pre-employment drug test results.