Dow also has sales offices in Moscow; Kyiv, Ukraine; and Astana, Kazakhstan.
Dow officials also said that the firm is providing evacuation support, financial assistance, shelter and other support to help employees and their families in Ukraine and "is activating similar processes" for its Russian employees.
"We fully support the sanctions implemented against Russia and the efforts of the international community to re-establish peace and safeguard democracy," they added. "Dow is prioritizing the safety and security of its colleagues in Ukraine and Russia."
Dow previously said that the firm and the Dow Co. Foundation are contributing $275,000 to help meet humanitarian needs for the people of Ukraine. Officials said this funding will support the International Red Cross Movement through CAF America, with $25,000 of that amount matching employee contributions.
On a LinkedIn post, Dow Chairman and CEO Jim Fitterling said that "as the Russian invasion of Ukraine unfolds before our eyes, we are putting the safety and needs of our people and partners first, including supporting humanitarian needs to help those who are suffering."
"I am thankful for the resilience and passion of Team Dow to help where needed most," he said. "We stand in solidarity with our team and the people of Ukraine."
Dow employs almost 36,000 worldwide and posted sales of almost $55 billion in 2021. The firm ranks as one of the world's largest producers of polyethylene and other specialty plastics and chemicals.