KaMin, LLC is a global leader in kaolin processing and has immense reserves of premium fine and ultrafine kaolin in Georgia and Brazil. They have pioneered unique processing methods and their fine particle clays are the most widely used worldwide in numerous coatings. Their products are used in diverse industrial architectural applications such as paint, plastics, rubber, adhesives, and inks. Their kaolin is also used to coat premier paper lines that are used in posters, magazines and illustrated books.
Built in 1966 by J.M. Huber Corporation, their Wrens plant is positioned on the eastern end of the kaolin clay belt, and extracts and processes the highest quality kaolin in Georgia, both in particle size and brightness. The special qualities of this clay lead to the process of some of their signature products such as the Hydragloss 90, KaMintex, and Polygloss 90 lines, which are instrumental in the paper industry.