A Visionary Plan with Tangible Results

We are transforming our 200-year-old startup to respond to customer needs more quickly by harnessing the potential of chemistry.

A year of refining the formula.

It was a year of challenges and accomplishments. A year of transformation and resilience. It was 365 days of getting ahead of what’s next. When Chemours separated from DuPont last July, we aimed to forge stronger customer connections and help create a colorful, capable, and cleaner world through the power of chemistry.


We’re focused on improving the quality of life for billions of people worldwide by harnessing the power of chemistry to be a catalyst for better.

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Learn about our formula to make Chemours a Higher Value Chemistry company.

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Mark Vergnano President and CEO, The Chemours Company

Mark Vergnano

President and CEO, The Chemours Company

At our first-year mark as an independent, publicly traded company, we’ve made good progress, despite significant headwinds.

Our transformation is hitting a new gear.

We continue to evolve, becoming a more responsive, nimbler, and Higher Value Chemistry company—a company dedicated to improving the quality of life for billions of people worldwide and bringing value to our customers and shareholders.

The efforts of our talented workforce and transformation plan have earned customer wins and industry accolades, and created many first-year milestones.

365+ Our first year of transformation and resilience. A year of refining the formula. An orange graphic symbolizes the first year of Chemours. images

Our plan is gaining traction every day.

Our five-point transformation plan is focusing our investments and optimizing our portfolio so we can better serve our customers, investors, and society at large. Along with a diverse workforce of highly talented people, our blueprint for reaching our full potential is already producing results:

  1. We are expanding our capacity for high-growth Opteon™ products with announced investments in additional capacity that will help meet customer demands for low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants. Chemours products with low GWP are expected to eliminate an estimated 300 million tons of CO2 equivalents by 2025, while increasing energy efficiency in many applications.

  2. We launched the commercial operation of our new TiO2 line in Altamira, Mexico. Bryan Snell, President of Titanium Technologies, says that, “Our investment at Altamira tells valued customers around the world that Chemours is committed to being a long-term, reliable supplier of high-quality titanium dioxide.”

  3. To streamline our business, we’ve completed our Chemical Solutions portfolio review with the announcements of agreements to sell our Clean and Disinfect and our Sulfur businesses, the sale of the Aniline facility in Beaumont, Texas, the announced shutdown of the Reactive Metals site, and the decision to retain the Methylamines business.

Looking ahead.

As we enter our second year of transformation, we continue to rapidly respond to global trends and growing customer demands. Our journey has just begun—it’s now 365 days plus—and there’s much more to come. Stay tuned.

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