DuPont Sustainable Solutions Expands Services To Drive Growth

To strengthen its global customer offering, DuPont Sustainable Solutions announces the expansion and integration of its consulting services, training, and technology products and services. DuPont Sustainable Solutions is a catalyst for transforming workplaces and work cultures with services and technologies that bring about sustained improvements in safety, operational and environmental performance.
 
The new DuPont organization, which integrates three businesses — the former DuPont Safety Resources, segments of DuPont Clean Technologies and Coastal Training Technologies — builds on DuPont knowledge, experience, technical expertise and science-driven innovation.
 
"Customer insights and the market have told us that growth-oriented companies consider three key attributes when selecting an external consulting partner: real-world experience, a collaborative approach and the ability to help foster sustained transformation," says James R. Weigand, president – DuPont Sustainable Solutions. "They are looking for solutions beyond the workplace safety consulting that DuPont has successfully provided for many years. This expanded DuPont organization brings together people, processes, technologies, and services that significantly expand our ability to help our clients meet their business objectives, and in doing so, we believe we will achieve double-digit growth over the next five years."
 
For more information, visit: www.sustainablesolutions.dupont.com

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