Michigan Operations: Together for Growth

The Dow Michigan Operations Industrial Park (I-Park) represents the future of innovation in the Great Lakes Bay Region. It will serve as a hub of technology, growth, partnership, and manufacturing excellence.

The I-Park ushers in a new era of collaboration for Dow and the other tenant companies on site. Working collectively, these companies are focused on safe operations, employee excellence and talent development, production efficiencies, and a commitment to the Great Lakes Bay Region.

Visitor access to the I-Park will be via an Alden Dow-inspired entrance, under construction on South Saginaw Road. This will be the new gateway to the 2,600-acre site and a work home to more than 7,000 employees and contractors.

I-Park Tenants

Tenants of the Michigan Operations I-Park will be able to take advantage of best-in-class manufacturing assets, and operate within outstanding safety and environmental standards.

Cabot Corporation

A leading global specialty chemicals and performance materials company serving key industries such as transportation, infrastructure, environment and consumer.

Corteva Agriscience

Offering a comprehensive and diverse portfolio of advanced agricultural products, including seed products, based on elite germplasm and crop protection products for insect, cereal weed, broadleaf and grass, and disease control.

Dow Materials Science

Superior solutions for high growth markets in Packaging & Specialty Plastics, Industrial Intermediates & Infrastructure, and Performance Materials & Coatings, built on the strongest and deepest chemistry and polymers toolkits in the industry.

DuPont Specialty Products

High performance materials and technologies for the Electronics & Imaging, Transportation & Advanced Polymers, Safety & Construction and Nutrition & Biosciences industries.

SK Saran

A full range of basic materials and value-added products for the petrochemical industry, including high-performing olefins, aromatics and polymers.

Trinseo

Global solutions for today’s manufacturers, including polycarbonate compounds and blends, latex binders, synthetic rubber and styrenics, based on the combined technologies and capabilities of four Dow businesses.