DuPont Exhibition Covers 70-Year History In Brazil

An exhibition celebrating the 70th anniversary of DuPont in Brazil allows employees and visitors to learn the company's history through displays of products, contributions and progress.

"The exhibition is dedicated to all of our employees -- past and present. Their dedication was essential to build a successful path in Brazil," said Ricardo Vellutini, president, DuPont Brazil.

The exhibition was inaugurated at the DuPont Brazil headquarters in Alphaville, but will move to sites in Uberaba, Paulínia, Guarulhos, Camaçari, Barra Mansa and Santa Cruz do Sul throughout the year.

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Date: 6 June 2007
Source: DuPont

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