AVC Expanding to Meet Growing Demands

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AVC Corporation the global packaging innovator who boasts ‘all under one roof’ has dramatically increased the size of that one roof by moving into new quarters with expanded capabilities in strategic logistics, product serialization, electronic product configuration, packaging, thermoforming and fulfillment. AVC will begin moving some operations immediately into their new quarters in Rancho Dominguez, California while remodeling is being done and will completely transfer over to the new facility by March/April 2012.

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AVC Corporation the global packaging innovator who boasts ‘all under one roof’ has dramatically increased the size of that one roof by moving into new quarters with expanded capabilities in strategic logistics, product serialization, electronic product configuration, packaging, thermoforming and fulfillment. AVC will begin moving some operations immediately into their new quarters in Rancho Dominguez, California while remodeling is being done and will completely transfer over to the new facility by March/April 2012.

“This new building dramatically expands our capabilities, yet we still retain a strategic location in the Los Angeles basin with proximity to both LAX and LA/LB harbors,” said Moshe Begim president of AVC. “We are excited to reach this goal of a much larger location with greatly expanded capabilities. We can now offer our unique serialization and configuration programs to compliment our supply chain solutions. This truly makes us a stronger one shop stop benefitting our clients immensely.”

The new building will double AVC’s current footprint and will have the addition of five new ESD clean room labs for configuration and modification of electronic devices in addition to a doubling of production areas and most importantly doubling of warehousing. Begim added, “Our strategic supply chain and logistic support programs have now been strengthened giving us so many more options. Our business plan is to increase our sales by involving ourselves more strategically with our China operations and bringing back to the USA many operations that were previously sent overseas.”

AVC has five plants in China involved in packaging, printing, injection molding, thermoforming, blow molding, and corrugated. Begim said, “Over the last year many projects have moved back to the USA because of higher China costs and a desire to have final packaging done in the USA once again. The new operation allows this process of repatriation of jobs back to the USA to continue while AVC still continues to expand its China operations. China is not dying, far from it; however it is changing with the times. It is still the manufacturing floor of the world and we will continue to provide our complete services at our Chinese operations but will offer to complete the projects here. The serialization numbering of products is our unique asset that is becoming more important to our clients and the big box stores,” is how Begim explained it. “This will give our clients more variations for overseas manufacturing and yet do final assembling packaging, and serialization in the USA.”

AVC has been at its current Torrance location since 1998 and outgrew its current location two years ago. Begim added, “The search to find a much larger operation within the logistics parameters we needed took a while, but it was worth it. We can proudly add 400 jobs to Los Angeles County. Our concentration is now on global positioning with our new facility, our Indiana facility, and our 5 operations in China. We have a Wal-Mart approved facility in China also making our environmental packaging systems which of course we also make at the new facility. We will definitely have a stronger presence in the strategic supply chain packaging world.”

For more information go to http://www.avccorp.com

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Dean Begim
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