AutoCrib, the original pioneer and de facto standard of in “point of use” vending systems, today announced the move of its U.S. headquarters to a new, 58,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and warehouse in Tustin, Calif. Moving from their previous location in Santa Ana, Calif., the new facility will serve as AutoCrib’s corporate headquarters and the primary location for designing and manufacturing industrial vending machines and providing technical support and customer service for its clients around the globe. AutoCrib is the creator of world’s first industrial vending machine, a technology solution that allows manufacturing companies to cost-effectively control and track tools and supplies that are issued to their employees.
“AutoCrib’s new facility is well suited for our assembly line approach and the production of our world-class robotic carousel vending machines including our latest invention the Tambour TX750,” said Stephen Pixley, CEO of AutoCrib. “Our new headquarters will further enhance AutoCrib’s manufacturing operations and allow us to best serve our clients worldwide. Previously operating out of three separate buildings, the size and layout of this new facility will enhance our operational efficiencies, production capabilities and allow us to maintain our superior customer service under one roof.”
Twice as large as the previous location, AutoCrib’s newest headquarters will accommodate a growing local staff of over 100 employees. The new facility also makes it possible to manage all operations under one roof including sales, manufacturing, warehouse support, customer service and training. Two levels of office space include a 15,000-square-foot high-tech customer service center and 45,000 square feet dedicated to production, with testing machines directly adjacent to support. Other features of the new facility includes a state-of-the art training classroom, more cubicle space for employees and additional production lines, break-rooms and conference rooms.
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