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Dow in the UK-Ireland

Our region is part of Dow’s DNA. The first Henry Dow, ancestor of our original founder, came from Norfolk in South East England.

Our workforce is a diverse, vibrant and dedicated community, providing challenging and stimulating employment opportunities. We do not seek to impose boundaries, but rather to provide the freedom to inspire and develop new roles and skills in our employees.

At Dow we strive for a close and collaborative approach to helping our customers. Dow in the UK and Ireland combines the power of science and technology to bring innovative solutions to a variety of industries - such as: infrastructure, packaging and consumer care.


News Articles

  • Dow shortlisted for the CIA’s Health Leadership Award

    This year, Dow was shortlisted for the 2019 UK Chemical Industry Awards in the Health Leadership category, which recognises excellence in health leadership demonstrated by improved or optimum sustained health programme performance and a healthy workforce and workplace. Read More

  • Marks & Spencer and Dow partner up on the circular economy

    The UK government’s recent decision to ban the sale of all plastic straws, cotton buds and drinks stirrers by April 2020 highlighted the growing public sentiment to overhaul the waste system, cut plastic pollution, and move towards a circular economy. Read More

  • The Alliance to End Plastic Waste

    An alliance of global companies from the plastics and consumer goods value chain recently launched a new organization to advance solutions to eliminate plastic waste in the environment, especially in the ocean. Read More

  • UK & Ireland HQ moving to Stockport

    The UK and Ireland HQ and the R&D centre in Birch Vale are set to take up residence in a state-of-the-art business park in Stockport, Greater Manchester following the expected completion of the development in spring 2020. Read More