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Dow Automotive launches transportation support team

Posted on November 12, 2008

Dow Automotive has created a dedicated team of sales and application development experts that will focus exclusively on the interests of manufacturers serving the commercial transportation markets.

The newly formed commercial transportation group will provide solutions and technical expertise to both tier and OEM customers, helping them solve challenging technical issues that are driven by regulatory compliance and end-user preferences.

The commercial transportation group will initially concentrate on the global bus and truck segments, with a focus on solutions that provide improved vehicle durability, safety, emissions control and fuel efficiency.

Supported by Dow’s Material Engineering Center engineers and researchers, based all around the world, the group will help customers translate material capabilities to applications, facilitating the reverse engineering needed to develop customized solutions that satisfy technical and economic requirements alike.

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