18 September 2008 15:51 [Source: ICIS news]
Restarts could take several weeks to complete as raw material availability and logistics were expected to be a challenge to the sites and to the industry throughout the region, Dow said.
“Dow’s No 1 priority remains the safety of its personnel and the communities in which it operates as it works to return to normal operations,” it said.
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Dow also announced that its Dow Chemical Company Foundation would donate $700,000 (€490,000) to help local communities recover from the damage caused by Ike.
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