Jeanette Glose Partlow Interviewed in NACD Chem Bytes Newsletter
Recently, Maryland Chemical President Jeanette Glose Partlow was featured in an article in the NACD (National Association of Chemical Distribution) newsletter “ChemBytes” in an article speaking to how COVID-19 Has Opened Eyes to a Career in Chemistry.Read More
Everyday Chemistry in the time of Coronavirus
Everyday Chemistry is all around us. Before the pandemic, when I thought about this, I focused on molecules and applications.
In this time of coronavirus, the Everyday Chemistry all around us is the Chemistry among people, around our globe and in our homes, neighborhoods and organizations.Read More
The legacy of Fred P. Glose Sr, and the birthday of J. Fred Glose Jr
January 7th and January 27th were important dates for Maryland Chemical and Chemstation Chesapeake. They are the birthdays of both our founder and Chairman, respectively. Maryland Chemical’s Founder, Fred P. Glose, Sr. was a veteran with the First Pennsylvania Artillery Maryland Chemical’s Founder, Fred P. Glose, born on January 7th in Bethlehem, PA, in 1895, took his…Read More
2019 Joint Open House
On Thursday, September 26th Maryland Chemical Company, in conjunction with Baltimore City Special Ops hosted a joint open house at both headquarters. The event began with a tour of the state of the art Maryland Chemical and Chemstation Chesapeake facilities. Guests then continued to Baltimore City Fire Department Special Ops nearby where guests were educated…Read More
Maryland Chemical makes a splash at TRICON August 2019
For the first time ever, Maryland Chemical attended and exhibited at TRICON 2019 in Ocean City, Maryland. TRICON is the region’s premier water and wastewater industry conference. Company representatives, Terry Klugh, Vice President of Sales and Joe Walsh, Account Executive, exhibited and also attended best practices and innovation sessions offered in conjunction with this year’s…Read More
Everyday Chemistry at the Washington Monument!
“It is exciting to see where Maryland Chemical’s everyday chemistry is making a difference, right in the heart of our nation’s Capitol,” says Jeanette Glose Partlow, President of Maryland Chemical. “Here at the Washington Monument, we are happy to support one of our amazing customers with heat transfer fluid and high purity water for use…Read More
Maryland State “You Be the Chemist” winner takes the National Championship in Washington D.C.
Ellicott City 7th Grade student Anurgag Sodhi captures top honors at National “You be the Chemist” finals in Virginia after winning both the local (Baltimore City region) and State (Maryland) Challenges. Maryland Chemical is very proud to support this awesome programming encouraging and celebrating STEM knowledge.Read More
Jeanette Glose Partlow hosts three students from Notre Dame Prep for “WIN” shadow day at Maryland Chemical
Maryland Chemical and its President, Jeanette Glose Partlow, hosted an action-packed and fun-filled day for three Notre Dame Preparatory students for their annual “WIN” (Women-In) shadow day 2019. Upon arrival, they learned a Safety Moment and then were given a presentation on Maryland Chemical by new Field Service Technician, Brian Manifee, followed by a comprehensive…Read More
Maryland Chemical hosts the Maryland Army Reserve and their guests Bosnia-Herzegovina army members
The Department of the Army, 231rst Chemical Company, based at Camp Fretterrd Military Reservation visited Maryland Chemical along with with their guests for a tour about best practices, and safety when dealing with hazardous chemicals. Bosnia-Herzegovina, (BiH) Army soldiers toured facilities with their MDANG instructors.Read More
Maryland Chemical Grows
New additions to the Maryland Chemical team to allow us to “Be here for you” even more By Jeanette Glose Partlow, President The new year 2019 brought several organizational additions and changes to accommodate Maryland Chemical’s thriving growth as a veteran-founded, women-led, and minority-owned enterprise based in southern Baltimore City. The following announcement outlines the…Read More