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Celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science

H.B. Fuller's feature on women in science.
Posted 02/10/2020 by Liz Grohn Andert, Global Digital Marketing Manager

At H.B. Fuller, we believe in celebrating the individuals who make a difference, which is why, in honor of this year’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we wanted to take the time to spotlight several women in our organization who are championing science.

Here are their stories.

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Make a Difference 2019

Make a difference infographic 2019
Posted 01/30/2020 by Kimberlee Sinclair Executive Director, H.B. Fuller Company Foundation

At H.B. Fuller, we are deeply committed to making a positive difference in our communities. For the 11th year in a row, we demonstrated this commitment to service through Make a Difference month.

 

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How Market Trends in Tech Safety and Sustainability Will Transform Cars by 2030

Cars of the future stock image
Posted 01/21/2020 by Matt McGreevy, Business Development, Automotive

Take a road-trip with H.B. Fuller into the future of car technology and eco-friendly design based on current trends set to transform the auto industry.

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Electric Bike and Scooter Trend Driving Global Market Growth

Row of electric bikes
Posted 01/07/2020 by Stephen Neuman, Global Product Manager, Electric Vehicles and Battery

The micro-mobility trend, propelled by electric bikes and scooters, is driving global market growth as an eco-friendly solution to transportation industry challenges.   

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H.B. Fuller is Making a Difference in Indonesia

Indonesia Employees with Banner
Posted 12/19/2019 by Johny Wirawan, Human Resources Business Partner, H.B. Fuller Indonesia

Recently, H.B. Fuller employees in Ngoro, Indonesia, launched a Make A Difference day as part of H.B. Fuller’s global employee volunteerism program. Nearly 50 employees – from operators to managers – participated in a full day of excitement. They helped to clean up the Tambak Bahak beach in Probolinggo, East Java. They planted the first grouping of what will be 1,000 mangrove trees to be planted over the coming months. And, they supported a local community project to raise awareness about prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS.

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