J.P. Davies becomes the first company to market commercial chip soap. By 1905, we were the first to package chip soap for household use.
Incorporated under Ohio Law as the Davies-Young Soap Company
Soap Specks was a monthly newsleter published by The Davies-Young Soap Company. Pictured left is the July 1930 issue.
The nut of the buckeye tree, a symbol of luck to many Ohioans, inspired the Buckeye brand name for our soap and other cleaning products.
Relocated corporate headquarters, research facilities, and product operations to St. Louis, Missouri
Beginning in 1975, Buckeye became one of the first in its industry to emphasize worker and environmental safety through better products and packaging.
Introduced the Action Pac® - the first recyclable and biodegradable "bag-in-a-box" in the industry.
The company was renamed Buckeye International, Inc.
The patented Action Control System was introduced
Introduced the Buckeye Eco® Proportioning Program