Monvera Glass Décor Continues Expansion Program to Ford Point in Richmond

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Monvera continues to expand their resources in bottle screen printing technology by relocating to a larger facility in Ford Point.

The move to Ford Point will allow Monvera to allocate more resources to both our team and our customers.

Monvera Glass Décor, a provider of screen printed bottles to the wine, spirits, beverage and food industry, is relocating to a recently renovated facility in Ford Point to accommodate our accelerate business growth. The Ford Point facility, categorized as a Class “A” building, is highly recognized as a historical landmark and has won numerous awards for their excellence in architecture. The new 42,000 square foot facility, almost doubling the size of the Emeryville location, will allow Monvera to triple their production output with even shorter lead times. Monvera will be able to expand their resources in glass printing technology while providing more warehouse capacity to accommodate customer orders.

Sadegh Ghorban, Monvera’s VP of Operations remarks, “We are all very excited to move to such a renowned location and to play an active role in the growth of the business community here in Point Richmond. The move to Ford Point will allow Monvera to allocate more resources to both our team and our customers.”

About Monvera Glass Décor:
Monvera provides industry leading glass and bottle decoration services to the wine, spirits, beverage and food market segments. Clients include Charles Krug, Honig Vineyard and Winery, and Boisset Family Estates. In addition to a range of paperless bottle labeling solutions, Monvera offers bottle photography and marketing support services to help customers grow their businesses. To learn more about Monvera visit http://www.monvera.com/.

About Ford Point:
Ford Point has an extensive history that dates back to as far as the 1920s when Henry Ford used the facility to assemble automobiles. World War II later converted Ford Point into an assembly for military vehicles and by 1990, the entire building suffered damages from the Loma Prieta earthquake. A major redevelopment project was undertaken to conserve the unique exterior while also modernizing the interior for commercial use. The building is now home to a mixture of businesses which includes retails, manufacturing and light industries.

Media Contact:
Wilson Chiu, Marketing
press(at)monvera(dot)com
+1 510-444-9463

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