New Sodium Bisulfate Production Facility Opens in South Carolina

By January 14, 2016News

The Jones-Hamilton Company recently opened a new 43,000 square foot sodium bisulfate production facility in Richburg, SC, creating 20 full-time jobs and positioning the company for significant growth.

In addition to a cutting-edge IT system that links the company’s Ohio and South Carolina locations, the plant features state-of-the-art reactors, a 115-foot spray/congealing tower, 139-foot bucket elevator, and a rail connection for convenient and cost-effective inbound deliveries. As the company’s second production facility, the location will strengthen Jones-Hamilton’s ability to serve customers.

“The new facility cements our position as the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of sodium bisulfate, and shows our commitment to serving customers as a long-term partner.” said Jones-Hamilton President, Bernie Murphy. “The location is convenient for many of our customers and suppliers with its proximity to Interstate 77, the railroad and the port of Charleston.”

Jones-Hamilton is the world’s leading producer of sodium bisulfate, a dry acid used in poultry production, water treatment, cleaning products, and food for pets and people. The company also manufactures hydrochloric acid used in household, industrial and food processing applications.

Founded in 1951, Jones-Hamilton has been employee-owned since 1985. The company currently employs more than 100 people at its headquarters and production facility in Walbridge, Ohio, production facility in Richburg, and additional locations in 13 states.