USC Holdings Corporation Continues Expansion of the Saltville, Virginia Facility

USC Holdings Corporation proudly announces board approval to complete Phase II of the production facility expansion located in Saltville, Virginia. Acquired in 2007, the Saltville facility produces evaporated salt for the food, pool, agricultural feed, chemicals, and oilfield markets.

Phase I was successfully completed last year, serving to produce additional capacity and improve reliability and efficiency through machine upgrades. Phase II is set to focus on process equipment upgrades that will further increase the plant’s production capacity, particularly to maximize the output of the modern, high-speed packaging equipment installed in Phase I. Once both phases have been completed, the Saltville facility will realize a production capacity increase of almost 25%.

Marcie Peters, President of USC Holdings Corporation said, “Continuing to invest in the Saltville facility is a clear commitment to our customers and to the community in which we operate. We are deeply committed to growing our business in a sustainable way that supports our customers’ growth and contributes positively to the economy of Southwest Virginia.”

The Phase II expansion is anticipated to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2025.

About United Salt Corporation

United Salt Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of USC Holdings Corporation, is a privately owned seller of salt products used in the production of food, chemical processing, oilfield drilling and production fluids, deicing, agricultural feed, and industrial and residential water softening. In business since 1928, the Company is based in Houston, Texas. Its salt products are produced at facilities located in Hockley and Baytown, Texas; Saltville, Virginia; and Carlsbad, New Mexico. For more information, visit

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