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Reed Dulany

President and Chief Executive Officer

Dulany Industries Inc

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Dulany Industries Inc

118 E. 35Th Street

Savannah, Georgia, 31401

United States

Company Description

Headquartered in Savannah, family-owned Dulany Industries, Inc., is the parent company of Southern States Chemical, SeaGate Terminals and Champion Machine. Established in Augusta in 1897 as Southern States Phosphate and Fertilizer, the company moved to Savanna...more

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Local Union


Affiliations

Savannah Environmental Response Trust

Trustee


Georgia Nature Conservancy.

Member, Corporate Advisory Board


The Chatham Club

Board of Trustees


Telfair Museum of Art

Board of Trustees


Endowment Board of the Davenport House Museum

Board of Trustees


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University of Georgia


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About Dulany Industries, Inc. « Dulany Industries, Inc. | Dulany Industries, Inc.

F. Reed Dulany, III
President


New SeaPoint Deepwater Industrial Terminal Complex Announced in Savannah - Savannah CEO

"Any company that locates at SeaPoint will enjoy significant advantages over their competition due to all of the in-place assets that this site offers," said Reed Dulany, III, President and CEO of Dulany Industries, Inc.
"There is nothing like it on the East coast." At its peak in the early 2000s, the SeaPoint site was home to the largest electrical consumer in Chatham County and employed more than 1,000 individuals with high-wage jobs. "SeaPoint has the opportunity to bring this type of success back for our state, and our region," Dulany explained, "but in the most environmentally responsible manner possible." "Manufacturers and logistical companies will have direct access to a comprehensive network of infrastructure services and unique assets not found anywhere else," Dulany said.


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Dulany Industries to Acquire the Former Tronox/Kerr-McGee Savannah Site - Southern States Chemical

Dulany Industries, Inc. today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Greenfield Environmental Savannah Trust, LLC, Trustee of the Savannah Environmental Response Trust, in which Dulany will acquire the Former 1,600 acre Tronox/Kerr-McGee Savannah Site.
According to Reed Dulany, President of Dulany Industries, "We could not be more excited about our acquisition of the former Tronox Savannah facility and look forward to bringing a large number of jobs and investment to the site when clean up is completed in the next year or two.


Dulany Industries to develop former Tronox site - Southern States Chemical

Reed Dulany, president of Dulany Industries, said his company plans to clean-up the site, then redevelop some 375 acres into six or more plots for diversified multi-tenant use, focusing on high-tech manufacturing companies with compatible interests.
The state will retain 1,000 acres in wetlands, and the project also will create a buffer for Historic Fort Jackson, he said. "SeaPoint will offer everything from soup to nuts," he said. "We may, for example, have a company that manufactures X and another company that supplies the components for X," Dulany said. "We have looked at properties all up and down the coast, and this site is truly unique in terms of size, deep water accessibility and existing infrastructure," he said. Trip Tollison, president and CEO of the Savannah Economic Development Authority, said his organization will work with Dulany to attract the right companies to the site. Dulany said he, too, is ready to get the process underway. Exiting the fertilizer manufacturing business in 2000, Dulany has grown into a diversified, industrial-based enterprise with locations in Savannah, Wilmington, N.C., and Norfolk, Va.


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