"The Atlas Point manufacturing site has a long history of innovation since its beginnings in 1937," said Kevin Gallagher, president, Croda Inc. "It is truly an influential site, responsible for the creation of some of the chemical industry's most well-known emulsifiers (Spans and Tweens)."
Since its opening in August, 1937, the Atlas Point site has been been a center of innovation and a big supporter of the local community.
"Croda has been enormously successful in recent years," noted Steve Foots, group chief executive, Croda International Plc. "Our share price has increased 6-fold since we acquired Uniqema in 2006, and that's a reflection of the increased profits that we have been able to generate from the combined company post acquisition. One of the most important assets in that acquisition is this facility, as well as the important human assets of the people who work here."