Bay Cities Opens New 90,628-Sq.-Ft. Pack Out Facility in Commerce, California
PICO RIVERA, Calif. - January 31, 2019 - Bay Cities, an North American packaging and design company, announces the opening of its brand-new 90,628-sq.-ft. pack out facility in Commerce, Calif. The facility is in full operation and is already processing several programs. This expansion signals continued growth for Bay Cities.
For more than 60 years, Bay Cities has been the leading creative packaging and display partner to brand marketers, retailers and e-commerce companies. With expanding offerings to serve brands and retailers, the need to increase speed to market and run multiple, wide-ranging programs at the same time has become crucial to the unparalleled success of Bay Cities' customers.
The Commerce facility has 16 loading docks and offers around-the-clock security. The services that will be provided are:
- Pallet display pack out
- Full POP display pack out, kitting, rework, labeling, sorting and bundling
- Blister, cold seal, heat and IR sealing
- Assembly for products, packaging and displays
The Commerce facility will be certified and licensed for AIB (American Institute of Baking), ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control), FDA (Federal Drug Administration), California Department of Public Health - Certified Organic, Processed Food, Pharmaceutical Wholesale Drug Permit and USDA Organic.
With the addition of the Commerce facility, Bay Cities' facilities now consist of 650,000 sq. ft. of combined space, more than 96 loading docks and more than 20 production lines.
"This brand-new facility in Commerce, just minutes away from our Pico Rivera headquarters, will ensure efficiency and add to our outstanding ability to execute and deliver high-volume programs throughout the Southern California region. Technologically-advanced capabilities ensure speed and accuracy in our expanding pack out and fulfillment facilities," said Brett Kirkpatrick, COO of Bay Cities.
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