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Case Paper opens new facility in California
Recently, the California branch of Case Paper moved into a new converting facility and office space in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
“Our former office in Arcadia, CA was too small for our needs,” explains CMO of Case Paper Simon Schaffer. “So we created a new, 103,250 sq. ft. converting and distribution center that can more efficiently serve the needs of all our West Coast customers.”
The move allows Case Paper to not only provide greater warehousing options but also streamline production. The installation of a new, state-of-the-art Marquip twin-knife sheeter will provide stock custom-sized paper and board grades, and a new guillotine cutter will be able to trim folio sheet sizes down to smaller paper sizes. A slitter-rewinder will be installed over the coming months that will be able to trim rolls down to narrow widths.
“A capital investment of this magnitude demonstrates Case Paper’s exceptional commitment to our valued customers, throughout California and beyond, as well as to our staff and their families,” explains Tim Resser, General Manager of Case Paper CA.
Case Paper’s investment in state-of-the-art technologies has positioned the company as one of the only paper and board distributors in the U.S. that can convert and deliver skids or rolls, usually within 48 hours or less.