CHATSWORTH, Calif. — In an effort to meet the demand for products faster and more efficiently, Pipedream has expanded its facilities to include new machines that will maximize operating hours and increase output.
In addition to growing facilities, Pipedream has also lengthened its operating hours to include a second shift to further improve fill rates.
Pipedream says it has seen an increased demand for its King Cock, Basix, and Dillio products, which are manufactured in-house at the company’s Chatsworth headquarters. In response to the demand, the operations team incorporated three additional machines to process more materials and fill more molds in order to effectively expedite production.
“Our new machines have increased our capacity by 25 percent,” said Michael Siegel, senior VP of operations. “We are constantly looking for ways to better serve our customers and this update is one of many that we are implementing so that Pipedream can continue to meet the incredible demand for our products.”
Pipedream’s new machines and production hours come in advance of this month’s ANME show where the company will release new additions to some of its popular brands.