We serve a broad and diverse range of consumer and industrial end markets, including: transportation, home life, construction, energy and fuels, and clothing and footwear. We develop products that address customers’ needs and help provide solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges. Through our four divisions, we operate in more than 30 countries around the world, employing approximately 10,000 associates..
Message from the Founder and Chairman Emeritus
More than four decades ago, in 1970, we founded Huntsman Container Corporation. We had no idea then that our fledgling packaging business would evolve into what has become one of the world's largest chemical companies. Through a series of strategic acquisitions, joint ventures and carefully planned internal expansions, our operating companies today produce products for a variety of global businesses, including chemicals, plastics, automotive, aviation, footwear, coatings, construction, technology, agriculture, health care, textiles, detergent, personal care, furniture, appliances and packaging.
Our success is due, in large measure, to the thousands of associates who work in our facilities around the world to manufacture the chemical industry's highest quality products.
We have been most fortunate to build a company of this magnitude, and it is our duty and privilege to give back to society. Through our humanitarian initiatives, we have helped to provide food and housing to the hungry and homeless around the world; we have funded education for those who otherwise would not have been able to attend school.
Most importantly, our dream of establishing a world class cancer research and treatment center has been realized. The Huntsman Cancer Institute and Hospitals represents our purpose in life, and our ultimate goal will have been achieved when the most challenging forms of cancer have been eradicated. Our family will continue to serve as the principal benefactors and fundraisers for the Huntsman Cancer Institute in the quest to prevent, diagnose, treat and cure cancer.
Jon M. Huntsman