In 1959 Nease began hydrotrope production in Cincinnati, Ohio. Over the years, adjacent property was acquired, allowing for significant expansion possibilities.
Easily accessed interstate highways and rail lines provide efficient, cost-effective means for transporting incoming raw materials and outgoing finished products.
While batch sulfonation to produce hydrotropes remains the core technology practiced at the Cincinnati facility, our range of production capabilities has expanded to include acid catalysts, phosphate esters and alkyl naphthalene sulfonates. In addition, the manufacturing of limited-volume specialty products continues as a significant area of growth for the facility and the company.