The article noted that DuPont offers a variety of products and services – such as Kevlar© aramid fiber, safety glass and protective apparel made of Tyvek© spunbonded olefin – that can be used to keep people and buildings safe, as well as assist rescue efforts.
It also discussed how DuPont businesses are collaborating in new ways as the company strives to apply its products, knowledge and experience quickly and effectively. "The core of DuPont's war efforts rests on businesses collaborating on selling as well as developing products," the article stated, citing several examples of projects on which DuPont businesses have joined forces.
In the article, DuPont Chairman and CEO Chad Holliday said: "Out whole thrust has been, 'Give us your problem, give us your questions, and we'll come up with the products and the knowledge to meet it.' Seeing all this come together around the war (on terrorism) makes it much easier to see opportunities along other lines."