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Six Sigma in the Chemical Industry

Chemical giants Dow and DuPont are the premier Six Sigma examples for the Chemical industry.As the early adopters in 1998, they continue to lead the industry today with innovative Six Sigma projects and deployment approaches.Many of the Fortune 1000 chemical companies employ Six Sigma:

Air Products & Chemicals

FMC
AlbemarleGreat Lakes Chemical
AshlandH.B. Fuller
Avery DennisonMonsanto
Borden ChemicalPPG Industries
CabotPraxair
CromptonRohm & Haas
Cytec IndustriesSherwin-Williams
Dow ChemicalValspar
DuPontW.R. Grace
Eastman Chemical

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  1. bizconnmedia

    A process must not produce more than 3.4 defects per million opportunities. A defect is defined as anything outside of customer specifications. An opportunity, then, is the total quantity of chances for a defect.

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