Dow Corning opens new building solutions centre in New Delhi, India

Dow Corning opens new building solutions centre in New Delhi, India

11:06 AM, 13th May 2016
Dow Corning opens new building solutions centre in New Delhi, India

MIDLAND, US: Dow Corning Corporation has opened its first building solutions center, Sahayog in New Delhi, expanding its operations in India.

Dedicated to providing unrivalled technical support and customer service, specialists at this new centre will collaborate with construction industry professionals, providing comprehensive project support, industry-leading technical training and hands-on, skill-building workshops. A primary focus will be on the performance, safety and durability of buildings constructed using Dow Corning silicone materials in a range of everyday and specialist applications in new and renovation projects.

The Sahayog building solutions centre will provide access to Dow Corning’s leading quality Bond program, which lifts standards of sealing and bonding to the highest possible level by implementing standards of best practice in quality control, quality assurance and production application with specialist silicone applicators.

"Our mission is to provide our customers with leading innovation and best-in-class services to ensure that their experience is remarkable. We are very excited about the latest solutions centre launch in Delhi and look forward to a long-term association with our stakeholders in this market," said Jean-Paul Hautekeer – Global HPB (high performance building) marketing director, during the solutions centre launch.

"Dow Corning first set up dedicated operations in India in 2000 to better serve a multi-industry customer base that has been using Dow Corning products for more than 30 years. This new solutions centre, which will be operated in partnership with Silicone Concepts, reinforces the company’s commitment to the Indian market and to its customer’s success," said Basab Saha, marketing manager, HPB Solutions – Dow Corning South Asia.

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