History: The Geismar site was established in 1966 by Rubicon Chemicals, a Louisiana Corporation formed by Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) and Uniroyal (United States Rubber Co.). The site became a Huntsman facility in 1999, when Huntsman acquired ICI’s Polyurethanes business. Today, the site is still known as Rubicon and is a joint venture between Huntsman and Lanxess.
About: Geismar is home to the largest methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) production facility in the Americas region and employs more than 700 associates and contractors annually. The site is located on approximately 81 acres and comprises seven production units. On average, Rubicon produces 440 kilotons of MDI annually.
9156 Highway 75, PO Box 517, Geismar, LA 70734
US - Louisiana