Welcome to Grace Lake Charles
Grace's Lake Charles facility is the largest refining catalyst plant in the world. It represents approximately half of Grace's catalyst manufacturing capacity and supplies a significant portion of the world's catalyst market. In addition to U.S. destinations, production is shipped to locations in Europe, Southeast Asia and South America.
The site consists of five major production areas: sodium silicate, additive plants, alumina plant, fluid cracking catalysts and hydroprocessing catalysts..
The original facility was completed in 1953 when it began to provide the Gulf Coast area with manufacturing capacity for synthetic fluid cracking catalysts. The Lake Charles area was selected because of its central location in the Gulf Coast, between the two large refining centers of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Houston, Texas. Lake Charles was also considered ideal because many of the raw materials required were locally available, along with transportation by water, rail, highway and air.
Recognizing the importance of our employees and their contributions to the company's past and future success, the Lake Charles Plant is committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment for our employees, contractors and visitors.
Post Office Box 3247
Lake Charles, LA 70602
Phone: (337) 583-2611
Fax: (337) 583-2872
e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
1800 Davison Road
Sulphur, LA 70665
In the Community
The Lake Charles facility participates in the Lake Area Industry Alliance (LAIA) and a local Community Advisory Panel as part of Grace's Responsible Care® program.
The onsite "Amazing Grace" volunteer team supplies manpower to various community organizations. Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kid's Sake, Special Olympics and LAIA Chem Expo are just a few of their annual events. Grace is a long-time sponsor of the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. Employees also serve on boards of organizations, coach youth activities and volunteer at local agencies.
The United Way of Southwest Louisiana has been a recipient of significant contributions by the Grace Foundation.