DEGESCH America, Inc. (DAI) was founded in 1977 and is the United States arm of German based Detia Degesch Group. Our corporate headquarters and production facility are situated in the Shenandoah Valley town of Weyers Cave, Virginia. This facility opened on March 15, 1979 and is the only producer of aluminum phosphide (Phostoxin®) and magnesium phosphide (Magtoxin®) fumigants in the United States.  Through our nationwide network of Sales and Service Offices we provide a wide range of fumigants, insecticides, rodenticides, grain protectants, safety equipment and training to companies handling raw agricultural commodities and finished food products.


We keep food and other commodities safe by leveraging our unique position as the only North American manufacturer, registrant, and end-user of metal phosphide fumigants.

As a member of the family owned Detia Degesch Group, we continue to set industry standards in the field of commodity and structural pest management.

We provide stakeholders with quality products and services by relying on the experience, expertise, and innovation of our global network.

Meet the DAI Leadership

DAI Weyers Cave
DAI Corporate headquarters and production facility in Weyers Cave, Virginia.

East Coast Operations
Richmond Division
1408 – A Gordon Ave.
Richmond, VA 23224
Travis Wilson

Wilson Division
1810 Firestone Parkway
Wilson, NC 27893
Travis Wilson

Gulf Coast Operations
Gulf Division
P.O. Box 2721
Reserve, LA 70084
Kevin McCreedy

Houston Division
P.O. Box 451036
Houston, TX 77245
Kevin McCreedy

West Coast Operations
Columbia River Division
Michael Carette-Meyers

Tacoma Division
501 East 11th St
Tacoma, WA 98421
Michael Carette-Meyers

World Wide Partners

Degesch America, Inc. is the United States division of German based Detia-Degesch Group. The Detia-Degesch Group manufactures fumigants in Europe, Africa and the Americas for international consumption. Our products are sold and used in over 115 countries.  For more on our world wide partners:

Detia Degesch Worldwide

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