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Date:5/19/2008

New Plant in Shenzhen, China, and Existing Site in India Boost Biosecurity

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SHENZHEN, China, May 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- DuPont has expanded its biosecurity offering in Asia with a new DuPont Animal Health Solutions facility here. The plant produces Virkon(R) S, the leading virucidal disinfectant. DuPont plans to manufacture other animal health product offerings at the site in the future.

DuPont Animal Health Solutions products are widely used in the livestock industry for customized biosecurity programs that help prevent pathogens from establishing themselves and also help prevent the spread of infection on the farm. Sales of DuPont Animal Health Solutions are growing at more than 50 percent annually in China alone.

"This investment is part of our commitment to drive innovation and growth for DuPont's biosecurity offerings, improve food safety in China, and stay close to customers in Guangdong Province, which is a core market for animal health in China," said Gary W. Spitzer, vice president and general manager - DuPont Chemical Solutions Enterprise. "Coupled with the startup of our facility in India last year, we believe the animal health industry in the Asia Pacific region is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. With local facilities in place, DuPont can respond more quickly and effectively to local customer needs, providing faster service to effectively combat regional disease outbreaks."

The state-of-the-art facility at Shenzhen offers powder and liquid product lines, as well as flexible packaging solutions, including a broad spectrum of product packaging for smaller farmers in China. The local facility also will result in a shorter lead time for local and regional customers, providing better emergency disease control in the region. DuPont plans to expand other clean and disinfect product lines that will promote the use of formulated cleaners such as Biosolve(R) Plus to
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