CP Manufacturing Relocates

CP Manufacturing Relocates

Equipment supplier moves into 120,000-square-foot facility.

October 11, 2012
Recycling Today Staff
Equipment & Products Municipal / IC&I

CP Manufacturing, San Diego, has relocated its offices and manufacturing plant. The company will begin operating at the new facility Oct. 15, 2012. At 120,000 square feet, the new plant is more than twice the size of its existing 50,000-square-foot facility and sits on 12 acres of land.

Bob Davis, CEO and owner of the CP Group, CP Manufacturing’s parent company, says, “This move is necessitated by an increased demand for our equipment. We are very excited to make this next step in the evolution of our company as we continue to grow.”

The new facility, 6795 Calle de Linea, San Diego, is also the CP Group’s world headquarters. The CP Group consists of CP Manufacturing, Krause Manufacturing, MSS, IPS Balers and Advanced MRF, which each have their own facilities.

Davis adds, “The new manufacturing plant includes modernized state-of-the-art fabricating equipment to streamline the manufacturing process. We are able to refine our product line to reduce costs and continue to improve the fit and finish of our equipment.”

CP Manufacturing, incorporated in 1977, is a leader in engineering, manufacturing and installing material recovery facilities (MRFs) for single-stream recycling, construction and demolition recycling, municipal solid waste recycling, commercial and industrial recycling, front-end waste-to-energy systems, electronics recycling and more.
More information about CP Manufacturing is available at www.cpmfg.com. The CP Group can be accessed on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theCPgroup and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/theCPgrp.