Grangemouth Manufacturing Centre is one of our two award winning manufacturing sites in the UK, which produces products that are sold worldwide.

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About Grangemouth

Chemicals manufacture started in 1919 and today the site continues to produce crop protection products for use by farmers worldwide. We employ over 350 skilled people in various roles including manufacturing, engineering, scientific and production support. Our goal is to operate “Safely , reliably and cost effectively” and to help growers protect their crops and increase their yield.

At Syngenta Grangemouth we have four plants dedicated to active ingredient (AI) manufacture, and one finished product formulation and packaging plant with the most recent facility opening in May 2010. Three of the AI plants currently manufacture the world leading active ingredient fungicide, Proven AMISTAR® Technology, and the fourth plant manufactures Syngenta’s blockbuster herbicide AXIAL®. 

We have more than 15 years of experience in continuous improvement in formulation and packaging of products based on Proven AMISTAR® Technology including QUADRIS®, AMISTAR 250 SC®, AMISTAR TOP®, PRIORI XTRA®, QUILT® and AMISTAR OPTI® for sales in over 100 countries, as well as other fungicide and insecticide products.

Syngenta Grangemouth and its employees are also active in the local community. The site supports the Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre, a demonstration site to show how urban green spaces can be created from wasteland, and how green amenity areas, including gardens, can be managed to meet both human and wildlife needs. There is also an employee run charities fund which collects donations from colleagues and responds to requests for support and donations from local charities.

Visitor information

If you are due to visit Grangemouth, here is some useful information:

  • 8am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 8am to 4pm on Fridays
  • Car parking available nearby

 

All visitors will be accompanied by a site host who will advise on safety requirements. If visiting manufacturing areas this will include wearing Personal Protective Equipment.

How to find us

Syngenta Grangemouth Manufacturing
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If you are using Sat-Nav please use postcode FK3 8XG.

Directions by road

Grangemouth Manufacturing Centre is located approximately 20 miles from Edinburgh, approximately 25 miles from Glasgow and 10 miles from Stirling, in the Central Region of Scotland.

From Edinburgh:

Follow the M9 for Stirling then take junction 5, then follow sign posts for Grangemouth Docks. Syngenta Reception is signposted on the left.

From Glasgow:

Take the M80, then M876, before joining the M9 and follow the signs for Grangemouth. Take junction 6 on the M9, turn right and then at Earls Road roundabout take first left. Syngenta reception is signposted on the left.

Directions by rail

The nearest train stations are:

  1. Falkirk High rail station (3 Miles)
  2. Polmont rail station (3 Miles)

Airports

The nearest airports are:

  1. Edinburgh Turnhouse airport (18 Miles)
  2. Glasgow International airport (37 Miles)

 

Awards

In 2008 the site won the Award for Outstanding Achievement in Resource Efficiency at the Scottish Council for Development & Industry (SCDI) Awards for Exports & Enterprise. A focus on reducing energy usage and waste production has yielded savings of over £375,000 at the site, despite it doubling production over the last 5 years. For more information about the SCDI and the award, visit scdi.org.uk.

In 2011the site also won the ABB Manufacturing and Resource Efficiency Award at the Chemical Industries Association Awards. Please click on this link for further information.

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Syngenta Grangemouth Manufacturing
Centre Earl’s Road
Grangemouth, Falkirk
FK3 8XG, United Kingdom

Tel +44 (0) 1324 662100
Fax +44 (0) 1324 662200

Jupiter Urban Wildlife Centre

 

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