Croda Inc is the North American headquarters for Croda, established in 1950 with its first office in New York, followed by a newly constructed plant in Newark, New Jersey in 1957.
Today Croda Inc is based out of Princeton Forrestal Innovation Park in Princeton New Jersey, with three manufacturing sites located in Atlas Point, Delaware; Mill Hall, Pennsylvania and Salinas, California.
Continuing to build upon our long history of leading edge technologies, we have four innovation centres in North America, one based at Princeton focusing on Personal Care and Pharmaceutical formulation development. In Delaware we have The Griffin Centre, named after the founder of the HLB system, focusing on product development within Crop Protection, Performance Technologies and Industrial Chemical markets. Our last two innovation centres are located in Urbandale, IA for Seed Enhancement and Houston, TX for Oil & Gas.
Croda Inc have over 470 employees, working in a variety of roles across manufacturing, sales, marketing and research development. In addition, working together to contribute to our success, these teams frequently get together to participate in service activities, such as Meals on Wheels, Habitat for Humanity, STEM programs and litter clean ups, through our 1% Club to give back to the communities surrounding our locations. Croda Inc, firmly believes that it is our social obligation to give back and make a difference in those communities.
Running our operations sustainably is very important to us, and at Atlas Point, a high proportion of the energy needs of the plant come from landfill gas and solar panels. The Atlas Point plant is also home to our manufacturing capabilities for bio-based surfactants, the first of its kind in the United States.
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Our Mill Hall site manufactures pharmaceutical excipients according to the EXCiPACT™ Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Certification Standard and has EFfCI GMP.
Our Incotec manufacturing facility in Salinas specialises in seed enhancement technologies aimed at improving farmers yields in both vegetable and field crops.