Southern States Chemical announces that its new Wilbara plant is operational as of Dec. 15, 2010 at 8:44 pm. Located in Wilmington, NC.
September 10, 2009
Southern States Chemical breaks ground on the Wilbara plant in Wilmington, N.C.
September 1, 2009
SSC Receives ISO Recertification.
SeaGate Handling completes the construction of the #5 Bulk Warehouse.
Kevin Glover is elected President of SeaGate Handling.
SeaGate Handling signs a long term land lease agreement for the construction of a liquid fertilizer import terminal. The agreement also includes an operating contract for SeaGate.
SeaGate completes the renovation and expansion of the #3 Warehouse thus greatly increasing the container side of the business.
Southern States Chemical purchases an old army plant in Baraboo, Wisconsin to be transplanted to Wilmington, NC. and ultimately to become the Wilbara Plant.
November 26, 2003
Southern States Chemical becomes ISO,9001:2000 Certified.
Dulany Industries completely exits the fertilizer business.
SeaGate completes the renovation of the #2 Warehouse.
SeaGate inks its first warehousing agreement.
May 18, 2001
Southern States Chemical purchases the Wilmington, NC facility from KOCH Industries.
SeaGate completes the total renovation of the #1 warehouse, the receiving system, and all of the support systems two days before the arrival of the first vessel. The ship is received without issues or delay. The first vessel unloaded is Granular Urea.
F. Reed Dulany, III purchases control of the company and is elected President and Chairman of Southern States Phosphate and Fertilizer.
March 20, 1996
Key D. Compton is named President of Southern States Phosphate and Fertilizer Company.
August 11, 1987
Jack D. Lee is named President of Southern States Phosphate and Fertilizer Company.
June 11, 1982
Franklin Reed Dulany, Sr. passes away. F. Reed Dulany, Jr. becomes chairman and President.
March 18, 1969
F. Reed Dulany Jr. is elected to the Board of Directors.
June 29, 1965
Construction begins on the Fertilizer Granulation Plant.
August 13, 1960
Reed Dulany Jr. marries Susan Strobhar.
October 5, 1940
Franklin Reed Dulany, A. Douglass Strobhar (President of Southern Fertilizer & Chemical Company), Richard Heard and W. Howard Read purchase Southern States Phosphate and Fertilizer. Mr. Dulany is elected Chairman and President.
The Savannah Fertilizer Plant is built.
August 29, 1901
Southern States Phosphate and Fertilizer; Augusta Georgia is incorporated by Frederick B. Pope.
Southern States Phosphate and Fertilizer Company is founded.