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DowDuPont Merger Successfully Completed. Global Leaders in Agriculture, Materials Science and Specialty Products 2017.09.03

Midland, Mich., and Wilmington, Del., USA - September 01, 2017 - DowDuPont (NYSE:DWDP) today announced the successful completion of the merger of equals between The Dow Chemical Company ("Dow") and E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company ("DuPont"), effective August 31, 2017. The combined entity is operating as a holding company under the name "DowDuPont" with three divisions - Agriculture, Materials Science and Specialty Products.

Leading Innovations in Agriculture, Materials Science and Specialty Products.
DowDuPont brings together the complementary portfolios of Dow and DuPont, two innovative, science-based companies that hold leadership positions in the Agriculture, Materials Science and Specialty Products industries.
Working together, we intend to create three strong, independent companies that will be more competitive than either company could be on its own and well equipped for science-driven, profitable, long-term growth.
Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 

Midland, Mich., and Wilmington, Del., USA - September 01, 2017

• Company Moves Forward Toward Intended Separation into Industry-Leading, Publicly Traded Companies in Agriculture, Materials Science and Specialty Products; Separations Expected to Occur Within 18 Months

DowDuPont™ (NYSE:DWDP) today announced the successful completion of the merger of equals between The Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) and E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (“DuPont”), effective August 31, 2017.

Bringing together the complementary, innovative portfolios and pipelines of Dow and DuPont, DowDuPont is comprised of three strong divisions and intends to separate into three independent, publicly traded companies.
Each division and intended company will lead its respective industry through productive, science-based innovation to meet the needs of customers and help solve global challenges
.
Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 
The combined entity is operating as a holding company under the name “DowDuPont™” with three divisions – Agriculture, Materials Science and Specialty Products.

Shares of DuPont and Dow ceased trading at the close of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on August 31, 2017.

Bringing together the complementary, innovative portfolios and pipelines of Dow and DuPont, DowDuPont is comprised of three strong divisions and intends to separate into three independent, publicly traded companies.
Each division and intended company will lead its respective industry through productive, science-based innovation to meet the needs of customers and help solve global challenges.

Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 
Beginning today, DowDuPont will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the stock ticker symbol “DWDP.”

Pursuant to the merger agreement, Dow shareholders received a fixed exchange ratio of 1.00 share of DowDuPont for each Dow share, and DuPont shareholders received a fixed exchange ratio of 1.282 shares of DowDuPont for each DuPont share.

Bringing together the complementary, innovative portfolios and pipelines of Dow and DuPont, DowDuPont is comprised of three strong divisions and intends to separate into three independent, publicly traded companies.
Each division and intended company will lead its respective industry through productive, science-based innovation to meet the needs of customers and help solve global challenges
.
Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 
“Today marks a significant milestone in the storied histories of our two companies,” said Andrew Liveris, executive chairman of DowDuPont.
“We are extremely excited to complete this transformational merger and move forward to create three intended industry-leading, independent, publicly traded companies. While our collective heritage and strength are impressive, the true value of this merger lies in the intended creation of three industry powerhouses that will define their markets and drive growth for the benefit of all stakeholders. Our teams have been working for more than a year on integration planning, and -- as of today -- we will hit the ground running on executing those plans with an intention to complete the separations as quickly as possible.”

Edward D. Breen, Chairman and CEO of DuPont, and Andrew N. Liveris, President Chairman and CEO of Dow.
Liveris serves as the executive chairman of the Board and Breen also serves on the Board of DowDuPont
.
Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 
“For shareholders, customers and employees, closing this transaction is a definitive step toward unlocking higher value and greater opportunities through a future built on sustainable growth and innovation,” said Ed Breen, chief executive officer of DowDuPont.
“DowDuPont is a launching pad for three intended strong companies that will be better positioned to reinvest in science and innovation, solve our customers’ ever-evolving challenges, and generate long-term returns for our shareholders. With the merger now complete, our focus is on finalizing the organizational structures that will be the foundations of these three intended strong companies and capturing the synergies to unlock value. With clear focus, market visibility and more productive R&D, each intended company will be equipped to compete successfully as an industry leader.”

DowDuPont Headquarters, Midland, Michigan, USA.
Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 

Board and Governance

The Board of Directors of DowDuPont comprises 16 members – eight directors formerly on the DuPont Board and eight directors formerly on the Dow Board.

There are two lead directors: Jeffrey Fettig, who previously served as the lead independent director for Dow; and Alexander Cutler, who previously served as the lead independent director for DuPont.

Liveris serves as the executive chairman of the Board and Breen also serves on the Board.

The Agriculture Division will offer a complete portfolio of products and technologies, and a robust pipeline of germplasm, traits and crop protection.
The combined heritage and complementary capabilities of DuPont Crop Protection, Pioneer and Dow AgroSciences will make the future, intended Agriculture Company stronger, more competitive, and better equipped to deliver growth and value
.
Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 
Other Board members include
:

From Dow:


James A. Bell, Former Chief Financial Officer, Boeing

Raymond J. Milchovich, Former Chairman and CEO, Foster Wheeler AG

Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever PLC and Unilever N.V.

Dennis H. Reilley, Non-Executive Chairman, Marathon Oil Corp.

James M. Ringler, Chairman, Teradata Corporation

Ruth G. Shaw, Former Group Executive, Public Policy and President, Duke Nuclear


From DuPont:

Lamberto Andreotti, Former Chair of the Board and CEO of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Robert A. Brown, President of Boston University

Marillyn A. Hewson, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Lockheed Martin Corporation

Lois D. Juliber, Former Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of Colgate-Palmolive Company

Lee M. Thomas, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Rayonier Inc.

Patrick J. Ward, Chief Financial Officer of Cummins, Inc.

The Materials Science Division will be the industry’s innovation leader in materials science and its customers’ “go-to” application development partner, with significant size and scale, resources to invest in long-term growth, innovation, and capabilities to support the end markets it serves.
Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 
Three Advisory Committees have been established by the DowDuPont Board, chartered to generally oversee the establishment of each of the Agriculture, Materials Science (Dow) and Specialty Products divisions in preparation for the separations.

Additionally, each Advisory Committee will develop a capital structure in accordance with the guiding principles set forth in the Bylaws, and designate the future chief executive officer and leadership team of its respective intended company.

The Specialty Products Division works with customers across multiple high-value industries to advance their best ideas and deliver real-world products and smart solutions.
From more nutritious food to better protection for workers and the environment, from better ways of connecting to new sources of energy, the people of Specialty Products are focused on delivering the essential advances that our customers - and the world - needs to thrive
.
Photo courtesy of DowDuPont
 

DowDuPont Officers

As previously announced, DowDuPont will be led by a proven leadership team that reflects the strengths and capabilities of both companies.

Along with Liveris and Breen,  it includes  the following executives:

Howard Ungerleider, Chief Financial Officer

Stacy Fox, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Charles J. Kalil, Special Counsellor to the Executive Chairman, General Counsel for the Materials Science Division

James C. Collins, Jr., Chief Operating Officer for the Agriculture Division

Jim Fitterling, Chief Operating Officer for the Materials Science Division

Marc Doyle, Chief Operating Officer for the Specialty Products Division

Courtesy of DowDuPont
 

Unlocking Value for All Stakeholders

By merging the highly complementary portfolios of Dow and DuPont and subsequently creating intended industry leaders, DowDuPont expects to maximize value for all its stakeholders.

• Shareholders are expected to benefit from the stronger, focused investment profile of each intended company and substantial cost synergies, as well as from long-term growth and sustainable value creation following the intended separations into three independent companies. The transaction is expected to result in run-rate cost synergies of approximately $3 billion and the potential for approximately $1 billion in growth synergies. The company expects to reach 100 percent run rate on the cost synergies within the first 24 months of merger closing.

• Customers will benefit from superior solutions and expanded product offerings. By combining the complementary strengths of Dow and DuPont, each intended company will be able to respond faster and more effectively to rapidly changing conditions with innovative products and greater choice.

• Employees will benefit from being part of these intended highly focused and competitive industry-leaders, built for sustainable, long-term growth – which will create opportunities for our businesses and opportunities for our people.

Courtesy of DowDuPont
 

Paths to Separation

Dow and DuPont leaders and integration teams are developing the future state operating models and organizational designs that will support the refined strategy of each intended company.

Once each division has its own processes, people, assets, systems and licenses in place to operate independently from the parent company, DowDuPont intends to separate the divisions to stand within their own legal entities, subject to Board approval and any regulatory approvals.

The intended separations are expected to occur within 18 months.

Courtesy of DowDuPont
 
The intended companies are expected to include:


• A leading Agriculture Company that brings together the strengths of DuPont Pioneer, DuPont Crop Protection and Dow AgroSciences to better serve growers around the world with a superior portfolio of solutions, greater choice and competitive price for value. The combined capabilities and highly productive innovation engine will enable the intended Agriculture Company to bring a broader suite of products to the market faster, so it can be an even better partner to growers, delivering innovation and helping them to increase their productivity and profitability.
The intended Agriculture Company will be headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, with global business centers in Johnston, Iowa, and Indianapolis, Indiana.

• A leading Materials Science Company, to be named Dow that will consist of the businesses comprising the following current Dow operating segments: Performance Plastics, Performance Materials & Chemicals, Infrastructure Solutions and Consumer Solutions (Consumer Care and Dow Automotive Systems; Dow Electronic Materials is intended to go to the Specialty Products Company), as well as DuPont’s current Performance Materials operating segment. The intended Materials Science Company will offer the strongest and broadest chemistry and polymers toolkit in the industry, with the scale and competitive capabilities to enable truly differentiated solutions for customers in high-growth end markets, including packaging, transportation, infrastructure and consumer care.
The intended Materials Science Company will be headquartered in Midland, Michigan.

• A leading Specialty Products Company that will consist of powerful, market-leading businesses including DuPont Protection Solutions, Sustainable Solutions, Industrial Biosciences and Nutrition & Health, which will integrate the Health and Nutrition business from FMC pending the close of that transaction; as well as Electronic Technologies, which combines DuPont’s Electronics & Communications business with Dow’s Electronic Materials business unit. The intended Specialty Products Company will be an innovation leader composed of technology-driven specialty businesses with highly differentiated products and solutions that transform industries and everyday life. The intended Specialty Products Company will be headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware.

As announced, the DowDuPont Board is conducting a comprehensive portfolio review to assess current business facts and leverage the knowledge gained over the past year and a half to capture any material value-enhancing opportunities in preparation for the intended creation of industry-leading companies.

Courtesy of DowDuPont
 
Klein and Company, Lazard and Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC
served as Dow’s financial advisors for the transaction, with Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP acting as its legal advisor.

Evercore and Goldman, Sachs & Co. served as DuPont’s financial advisors for the transaction, with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP acting as its legal advisor.


About DowDuPont

DowDuPont (NYSE: DWDP) is a holding company comprised of The Dow Chemical Company and DuPont with the intent to form strong, independent, publicly traded companies in agriculture, materials science and specialty products sectors that will lead their respective industries through productive, science-based innovation to meet the needs of customers and help solve global challenges.

 
 
For more information, please visit us at www.dow-dupont.com 


http://www.dow-dupont.com/home/default.aspx  


Contact Information:

Investors

Neal Sheorey
nrsheorey@dow.com  
+1 989-636-6347

Greg Friedman
greg.friedman@dupont.com  
+1 302-774-4994

Media

Rachelle Schikorra
ryschikorra@dow.com  
+1 989-638-4090

Dan Turner
daniel.a.turner@dupont.com  
+1 302-996-8372


Source: DowDuPont

http://www.dow-dupont.com/home/default.aspx  



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