History

A History of Innovation

2014
Releases new products: Vivax, a hydration and infiltration surfactant; Alypso, an infiltration surfactant; Border T&O, a spray performance adjuvant; Vertex, a nonionic spreader activator surfactant; Erase and Erase T&O spray system cleaners and Terios, a seed-applied nutrition for cereals.
Adds technical manager position for water management products.
Invests in plot application equipment for Wuxal foliar nutrition testing.
2013
Precision Laboratories announces the establishment of a new joint venture, Precision Laboratories, LLC, combining the resources of Precision Laboratories, Inc. and Lamberti U.S.A.
Precision Laboratories' Vice President of Agricultural Chemistries joins Council of Producers & Distributors of Agrotechnology board of directors.
2012
Releases new products: Trident, a bio inducer for soybeans; Border AQ, a surfactant and drift retardant concentrate; Volare DC, an aerial drift retardant and Wuxal liquids.
Mix Tank now available for Android.
Precision Laboratories turns 50 years old.
2011
Mix Tank for iPhone, the first of its kind application that prevents tank mixing problems, receives AgProfessional magazine's 2011 Top Product of the Year award.
2010
Completes construction of foliar fertilizer manufacturing facility in Chicago, IL.
2009
Hires first interns and marketing associates into sales force architecture.
2008
Precision announces a new foliar fertilizer, WUXAL® Foliar Nutrition to enhance crop health and yield.
2007
Introduces two new products: Chem-Stik LPH™, a spreader - sticker and buffer, and Simplyx™, the first adjuvant developed for use with glyphosate and tank-mix partners.
Enters foliar fertilizer business through license agreement with Aglukon Spezialdunger.
2004
Moves into Shields Drive facility, which adds bulk storage capability.
Releases two formulations of Protyx™, the first fungicide activator.
Enters soybean inoculant market with release of Launcher™ technology.
2000
Precision's Solis - first urea calathrate dry surfactant and AMS adjuvant.
1999
Precision patents and launches Border™, the first liquid activator adjuvant containing drift control, surfactant and ammonium sulfate.
1997
Enters soil surfactant market, ultimately achieving in excess of 25% market share in professional turf.
1996
Precision releases two new products: Transport™, a water conditioner and Exchange™, first high-load COC.
1995
Develops Persist®, first paraffinic and methylated combination spray oil.
1994
Develops first homogeneous nonionic surfactant with ammonium sulfate, Deliver™.
1989
Develops first-ever liquid spray tank cleaner, Incide-Out™.
1986
Enters professional turf market.
1976
Acquisition of AmChem expands markets into agriculture, founded ag specialties buisness.
1962
Company founded as a private-label distributor of maintenance chemicals.