Teledyne bags Dow’s research services contract in Midland, US

Teledyne bags Dow’s research services contract in Midland, US

11:34 AM, 20th November 2012
Teledyne bags Dow’s research services contract in Midland, US

THOUSAND OAKS, US: Teledyne Brown Engineering, subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc, was awarded a three year Lab and Office Facility Management contract for research services from The Dow Chemical Company in Midland, US, as part of a strategic services partnership between the two companies.

Teledyne Brown, in conjunction with Teledyne Tekmar, will lead on-site and off-site management and support research services at Dow Chemical research facilities in Midland and Spring House. In addition, other Teledyne sites will provide support during the initial stage of the operation.

“We are exceedingly pleased to be working with Dow Chemical as their strategic partner in laboratory operations. This award complements our strategic thrust in test and measurement, broadens our overall market reach, and increases our commercial portfolio,” said Robert Mehrabian, Chairman, President, and CEO, Teledyne Technologies.

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