AdvanSix is one of the few nylon and fertilizer manufacturers that is fully integrated – from cumene, phenol and acetone to caprolactam and ammonium sulfate. This, combined with a robust supply chain, world-scale facilities and proven manufacturing processes, ensure the highest levels of reliability, consistency and quality. Our global presence is supported with local sales and technical support experts who understand customer needs. Our research and development projects are focused on developing innovative process technology and new products that help customers succeed.
The AdvanSix Frankford facility is one of North America’s largest producers of phenol, which is sold to customers around the world. This phenol is also shipped to our Hopewell, Virginia, site, where it is used to make caprolactam, the primary feedstock in the production of nylon polymer, which is used in carpet fibers, plastics and films. The Frankford plant also produces other chemical intermediates, including acetone and alpha-methylstyrene, which are ultimately used in a variety of applications including solvents, resins and plastics.
Stats: One of Philadelphia’s largest exporters. Employs more than 180 highly skilled workers.
Community: Engaged in many local organizations, with membership in the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and the Bridesburg Business Association. Participates in community emergency response drills.
The AdvanSix Hopewell facility is one of the world’s largest single-site producers of caprolactam, the primary feedstock in the production of nylon polymer used in carpet fibers, plastics and films. It also produces a wide range of chemical intermediates, including Nadone® cyclohexanone, Naxol® cyclohexanol, sulfuric acid, specialty oximes, ammonia and carbon dioxide. The site is also a global leader in the development and production of ammonium sulfate fertilizers, which it sells under the Sulf-N®brand for both crop and turf applications.
Stats: Employs more than 750 highly skilled workers.
Community: Engaged in many local organizations, with membership in the Hopewell Community and Industrial Panel and the Local Emergency Planning Council. Participates in community emergency response drills.
The AdvanSix Chesterfield facility is one of the largest U.S. producers of nylon 6 resins, and produces Aegis® Nylon 6 resin, which is used in the production of carpet fiber, molded parts for automobiles, cord for fish nets, and plastic for food and consumer packaging and pharmaceutical applications. Nylon 6 is made from caprolactam, a precursor to nylon made at the AdvanSix Hopewell, Va., facility.
Stats: Located on more than 550 acres on the James River in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Employs about 330 highly skilled workers.
Community: Engaged in many local organizations. Participates in community emergency response drills.
Portsmouth, Virginia & Bucks, Alabama
In February 2022, AdvanSix acquired U.S. Amines, a leading North American producer of chemical intermediates – Alkyl and Allyl amines.
This expands AdvanSix offerings to include the world’s highest quality synthetic Alkyl and Allyl amines, and operational facilities that offer both increased capacity and customization.
The customized amine-related chemical intermediates and high-grade Alkyl and Allyl amines produced at each plant are used in diverse end markets, including agrochemicals in herbicides, rubber processing, pharmaceuticals, textiles, alcohol solvents and water treatments tailored towards manufacturing facilities.
AdvanSix welcomes two production sites to its portfolio – one in Bucks, Alabama, and the other in Portsmouth, Virginia – both of which are ISO 9000 registered since 1994. This quality assurance model guarantees consistency in production, installation, and design.
For more information on this product portfolio please visit our contact us form and select “US Amines” from the form drop down.
Stats: Two locations – one in Bucks, Alabama, and the other in Portsmouth, Virginia – both of which are ISO 9000 registered since 1994. Employs about 55 highly skilled workers.
Community: Participates in community emergency response drills.