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Kitchenman Terminal Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Coyne Chemical, was established in 1997 in response to demand from chemical manufacturers and customers in need of dedicated contracted services in handling and storage of their chemical needs. The name Kitchenman was chosen in memory of the Mary Kitchenman, who was the wife of George S. Coyne, the founder of Coyne Chemical in 1868.

With the movement of Chemical manufacturing sites from the northeast, producers are looking for alternatives for safe and secure storage and transfer closer to the customer. Our customers include many of the largest chemical producers in the industry.

Centrally located near the Pennsylvania and New Jersey turnpike corridors, KTC is well suited to handle your chemical handling services. The 8 acre site features a 60,000 Sq foot warehouse with multiple rail sidings, and truck scale. Over $1.5 million has been invested recently to accommodate customers who are looking for a chemical handling contractor with years of experience in safely working exclusively for the chemical industry.

When looking for rail to truck transloading, blending, packaging or storage, the Kitchenman Terminal Company is well suited to handle your needs. Our rail facility is serviced by the SMS rail company which is noted for efficient and quick turnaround of railcars. KTC prides itself on confidential and efficient handling of shipping paperwork.

Capabilities include Bulk liquid transloading, dry to liquid blending, packaging in bulk, tote and drum. Steam and hot water boilers are available for temperature sensitive products. Lab analysis available and customers are provided dedicated bill of ladings. NSF, Kosher and FG certifications available if needed. Product capabilities include both Hazardous and non Hazardous.


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