Dupont launches Chinese-language regional website for Dupont™ Liveo™ Healthcare Solution brand
New site will support demand for high-quality, high-performance healthcare products in China
WILMINGTON, Del., Oct. 11, 2022 – DuPont (NYSE:DD) has announced the launch of liveo.dupont.cn, its new DuPont™ Liveo™ Healthcare Solutions regional website serving Greater China. The company actively has expanded its global footprint – with the new website being the latest development – to better serve customers in China and around the world.
The Liveo™ website helps customers find Chinese-language product and application information for the three markets Liveo™ serves:
DuPont also has made other recent investments in the China market. In August, DuPont announced increased production capabilities for its silicone Liveo™ Pharma Tubing by adding manufacturing capacity in eastern China. The manufacturing expansion aims to meet demand for high-purity biopharmaceutical tubing in Greater China.
“DuPont is committed to pursuing investments in healthcare capabilities to meet the needs of our many fast-growing customers, both in China and elsewhere around the world,” said DuPont Healthcare & Specialty Lubricants Global Business Director Eugenio Toccalino. “We hope to enable our customers to grow, innovate and save lives as we continue our long-term commitment to the healthcare industry.”
About DuPont™ Liveo™ Healthcare Solutions
DuPont™ Liveo™ is a globally recognized leader in technology for a broad range of innovations in medical devices, biopharmaceutical processing and pharmaceutical solutions. DuPont high-performance materials help create safer healthcare environments and protect the health of patients and healthcare providers worldwide. We help enable smarter healthcare and positive patient outcomes. More information can be found at liveo.dupont.com.
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