Georgia Chemical Equipment Company was established in 1974 as a distributor for Malsbary Steam cleaners and industrial soaps. Over the years we have grown and evolved into a high pressure warehouse featuring hot and cold pressure washers, high pressure pumps and pumping systems along with accessories, floor care products, water reclaim and filtration units, industrial degreasers, car and truck wash chemicals, laundry and specialty detergents. We also provide consulting and equipment repair.
We believe in the principles of great customer service and quality products. We won’t sell you anything we wouldn’t be proud to use ourselves.
To develop mutually profitable relationships by providing the best possible service and products to our customers.
GCE strives to give its customers individualized service, with high quality products, at the best possible cost. We keep our overhead low and pass that savings on to our customers. We think of our customers as family and hope you will become a member very soon.
About The Staff
- Michael Brown is the owner of Georgia Chemical Equipment Company. He has a bachelor's degree in marketing and management. He spent 12 years in the hospitality industry and 2 years in banking before coming to GCE in 1998 and has been the owner since 2005 when he purchased the business after the original owner retired.
- Mark Brown is the office manager, he graduated with a bachelors of science and a minor in business administration in 1997. With 25 years experience in retail management and facility operations he has been with GCE for the past 11 years and currently oversees the retail store and repair center. He has been trained in pump, painter sprayer and pressure washer repair from a number of national manufactures.
- Linda Chambers was the office manager and brand sales manager of Soap Warehouse since 2007. And since January 2016, at GCE, she has continued to be the brand and sales manager focusing on marketing. She started out in the veterinary health care field but after years as a tech, office manager and moving into the corporate sector, working for Merial, makers of Heartgard and Frontline, she landed back out managing retail stores and then as a human resource manager at a local DirecTV franchise. After the sale of that business to another owner she came to work for Soap Warehouse. During her career, Linda has also owned and run her own businesses and has been an OSHA compliance manager at a number of the companies she has worked for including now at GCE.
GCE also employees two dedicated outside salesmen, an inside sales and account person, four mechanics and a delivery driver.