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Headquarters Dallas, TX
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (CE)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $5 to $10 billion (USD) per year

Celanese is a global technology and specialty materials company, based in Dallas, TX, that engineers and manufactures a wide variety of products essential to everyday living. As a recognized product and process technology innovator, we help to create applications that meet customer needs worldwide.

Celanese is built on the traditions of using our expertise – intermediate chemistries, engineered materials, polymers, emulsions, and specialty food ingredients – to create a tailored portfolio of solutions for your company. Our commitment to providing you with the “best...
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Employees say it's “OK”   80 ratings

2.8

53% Approve of the CEO   26 ratings

Celanese Chairman and CEO Mark C. Rohr

Mark C. Rohr

Chairman and CEO

Overall, a great company.

  Former in Dallas, TX

Pros: Great benefits and a lot of responsibility. Lots of tenure with employees within the business. More opportunity for engineers and technical folks to move around in the business than the shared services departments. Full Review

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R&D Chemist

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$91,643
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No Offer Reviewed 4 days ago New

Interview Details – Two on one interview for an internship. My sophomore year of chemical engineering and every question asked was food based. I think they would have been better off hiring food science majorsFull Interview

Interview Question:
How do you make mayonnaise Answer Question

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Celanese Awards & Accolades

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Barron's 500, Barron's, 2009

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