Year Established: 1956
Although JCI has been in Charlotte since the mid-1950's, the current branch facility was built in 1997. It features an indoor tank farm and state-of-the-art production and handling technologies. With its large yard and rail spur, the branch is set up to transload bulk products from rail cars to tank trucks. the branch has its own truck scale and has two commercial tank washes within .25 miles of the plant, making it an ideal transloading facility.
Product Produced or Repackaged at this Facility:
Filtered Bleach and Bisulfite (produced), Chlorine, Sulfur Dioxide, and Caustic Soda.
Products Available to the Following Industries:
Pulp and Paper, Textile, Product Compounders, Poultry & Meat Packaging, Mining, Municipal Waste & Water Treatment, Power Companies, Food Processing & Steel.
Rail cars, tank trucks, totes, drums, and carboys are sizes available in most products
Geographic area supplied to:
The JCI Charlotte branch serves North Carolina, South Carolina, South West Virginia, Northern Georgia, Eastern Tennessee
Product Stewardship: JCI Charlotte adheres to very strict codes of conduct, production regulations and specifications and environmental standards