The Dow Chemical Company began as a one-product IN 1897. Today, Dow Inc. (NYSE: DOW), along with its subsidiaries, specializes in delivering a range of materials science solutions catering to packaging, infrastructure, mobility, and consumer sectors across the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, India, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. Its operations are spread across three segments: Packaging & Specialty Plastics, Industrial Intermediates & Infrastructure, and Performance Materials & Coatings. The Packaging & Specialty Plastics segment supplies ethylene, propylene and aromatics products; alongside polyethylene, polyolefin elastomers, ethylene vinyl acetate, and ethylene propylene diene monomer rubbers, catering to mobility and transportation, consumer, wire and cable, and construction markets. Meanwhile, the Industrial Intermediates & Infrastructure segment offers purified ethylene and propylene oxides, ethylene and ethanol amines, propylene glycol and polyether polyols, aromatic isocyanates and polyurethane systems, as well as coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, and composites. Additionally, this segment delivers caustic soda, ethylene dichloride and vinyl chloride monomers, along with cellulose ethers, redispersible latex powders, and acrylic emulsions. The Performance Materials & Coatings segment furnishes architectural and industrial coatings used in maintenance and protective industries, wood, metal packaging, traffic markings, thermal paper, and leather. It also provides silicon metal, siloxanes, and intermediates, which are essential in manufacturing differentiated downstream silicone products. Besides, Dow Inc. also ventures into property and casualty insurance, and reinsurance business.