Bay Cities Opens New Pack Out Facility
Pamarco, GAMA Donate Ink System To Clemson
Bay Cities, a packaging and design company, has opened a new 90,628-square-foot pack out facility in Commerce, California.The facility is in full operation and is already processing several programs. The Commerce facility has 16 loading docks and of- fers 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; and assembly for products, packaging and displays. On The Production Line The Commerce facility will be certified and li- censed for AIB (American Institute of Baking), ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control), FDA (Federal Drug Ad- ministration), 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 square feet of combined space, more than 96 loading docks and more than 20 production lines.
Pamarco and GAMA have teamed up for the installa- tion and training needed for a GAMA ink viscosity, pH and temperature control system at Clemson Uni- versity’s Printcon facility.
This donation is valued in excess of $50,000 and will provide additional tools for education and train- ing of the next generation of flexo packaging profes- sionals as well as attendees at regular industry training seminars. ( Left to right ) John Rastetter, Pamarco; Sante Con- selvan, GAMA; John Burgess, Pamarco; and Kern Cox, Clemson.
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