Corporate Headquarters - Collierville, TN

At Helena Chemical Company's headquarters in Collierville, TN, the company's departments play key roles in helping support and guide our operations in the U.S. and internationally. This involves vital functions to help meet the company's needs at all levels.

  • Accounting
  • Contracts and Administrative Services
  • Fertilizer Operations
  • Financial Services
  • Helena Products Group
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • International
  • Helena Industries (Manufacturing)
  • Purchasing & Supplier Relations
  • Regulatory Compliance & Engineering
  • Training
  • Treasury

International Department

Helena's International Department markets the company's proprietary products to customers in several countries where the parent company, Marubeni, has a business presence. Technical expertise is provided by Helena to demonstrate product utility and value. Product orders are then coordinated and shipped by Helena's International Department, utilizing the logistical and distribution expertise of Marubeni or one of its affiliate companies.

Field Sales

Helena's field sales organization comprises four regional Business Units (Eastern, Northern, Southern, Western) that provide support and management oversight to Sales Divisions. In turn, Sales Divisions provide support and distribution logistics to Helena's Branch Locations in key market areas.

Our primary business centers on customer needs where products and services are delivered. As those needs change, so do our purchasing and product development efforts. This customer-centric approach results in a quick and accurate response to changing business conditions and evolving customer needs.

Eastern Business Unit - Columbia, SC

The Eastern Business Unit ranges along the Eastern seaboard from southern Florida to northern Maine. This region produces a wide variety of crops, including peanuts, citrus, fresh vegetables, specialty vegetables, alfalfa, corn, soybeans, blueberries, stone fruits such as peaches, and others.

Specialty markets include turf production, golf courses, nurseries (perennial and annual ornamental plants and flowers), forestry, aquatic weed control, and vegetation management.

  • Florida Division
  • Southeast Division
  • Eastern Division
  • Northeast Division
  • Southern Specialty Division
  • Northern Specialty Division
  • Western Specialty Division

Northern Business Unit - Des Moines, IA

The Northern Business Unit covers an expansive geographic area that encompasses the major corn and soybean growing areas of the nation's "bread basket" region where high-yielding, intensive ag production practices are dominant. The area ranges from Ohio to the east to Colorado to the west and from Canada on the north to Kentucky and most of Missouri and Kansas to the south. While corn and soybeans are the primary crop mix, other crops include a variety of fruits and vegetables, sugar beets, alfalfa, cereal crops (winter/spring wheat, barley, triticale), grain sorghum, and others.

Specialty markets include turf production, golf courses, nurseries/greenhouses, and vegetation management.

  • Midwest Division
  • North Central Division
  • West Central Division

Southern Business Unit - Collierville, TN

Bounded on the east by northern Alabama and on the west by Oklahoma and New Mexico, the Southern Business Unit includes the majority of cotton and rice acreage grown in the U.S. Other crops include soybeans, corn, wheat, grain sorghum, tree fruits, vegetables, alfalfa, and other pasture crops.

Specialty crops include turf production, golf courses, nurseries and greenhouses, forestry, vegetation management, and aquatic weed control.

  • North Delta Division
  • South Delta Division
  • Southwest Division
  • South Texas Division

Western Business Unit - Fresno, CA

This highly diverse agricultural region extends to Canada on the north, Mexico to the south, and most of the Dakotas and all of Arizona to the east. In California's San Joaquin Valley, vast amounts of irrigated acreage are devoted to commercial vegetable crops, specialty vegetables and fruits, tree fruits and nuts, alfalfa, cotton, rice, cereal crops, and many others. In the Desert region, irrigated cotton and alfalfa production are major crops, while cereal production, tree crops, and pasture are dominant in the Pacific Northwest. 

Specialty markets include turf production, golf courses, nurseries/greenhouses, aquatic weed control, and vegetation management.

  • Pacific Northwest Division
  • Northern California Division
  • Southern California/Desert Division