AutoCrib Announces New U.S. HQ

The vending system supplier says the new location is twice as large and well-suited for its assembly-line approach to manufacturing.

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AutoCrib, a supplier of point-of-use vending systems, has moved its U.S. headquarters from Santa Ana Calif. to a new, 58,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and warehouse in Tustin, Calif. The company says the new facility will serve as the primary location for designing and manufacturing industrial vending machines and providing technical support and customer service for its clients around the globe.

The new facility is not only twice as large as the previous location, but also consolidates sales, manufacturing, warehouse support, customer service and training operations from three buildings to one, says Stephen Pixley, CEO of Autocrib. “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,” he says. “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.”

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 the growing staff of more than 100 employees, and additional production lines, break-rooms and conference rooms.