< PrevNext > 37. DowDuPont Midland, Mich./Wilmington, Del. Share 2017 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $100 millionPrimary U.S. TMC: BCDChemical conglomerate DowDuPont makes its first-ever appearance on the CT100 in its current form, but its stay likely will be brief. DowDuPont formed in August 2017 after the merger of chemical manufacturers Dow Chemical and DuPont, which was announced in late 2015. The U.S.-booked air volume listed here represents Dow Chemical's and DuPont's separate volumes through August 2017 and combined thereafter. All things considered, BTN estimates the combined volume increased by a double-digit percentage year over year. DowDuPont, however, intends by June 2019 to split into three separate publicly traded companies, focused respectively on agricultural products, materials science and specialty products, each using the now-combined resources of Dow and DuPont. The combined company reported 2017 revenue of $62.5 billion, up about 30 percent from 2016. The company at the end of 2017 had about 98,000 full-time employees.