DuPont expands work food, energy protection in India

DuPont expands work on food, energy and protection in India

7:10 AM, 23rd November 2012
DuPont expands work on food, energy and protection in India
Rajeev Vaidya, President, South Asia, DuPont.

HYDERABAD, INDIA: DuPont Knowledge Centre at Hyderabad, India announced plans to expand its work in the areas of the three global megatrends of food, energy and protection. As part of the expansion, additional space and facilities are being added for global research in seed traits and for new application development tailored to India.

“The proposed expansion at the DuPont Knowledge Center demonstrates the company’s focus on India, a strategic market for DuPont. I am confident that these proposed new application development capabilities will strengthen the company’s innovation pipeline and help accelerate our growth in the region by developing local solutions that will address our customer needs in key growth segments,” said Rajeev Vaidya, President, South Asia, DuPont.

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