The 104,000-square-foot facility features ceilings approximately 45 feet high, allowing isles to house 12 stacked pallets for product compared to eight in its previous complex.  -  Photo: RealTruck

The 104,000-square-foot facility features ceilings approximately 45 feet high, allowing isles to house 12 stacked pallets for product compared to eight in its previous complex.

Photo: RealTruck

RealTruck, Inc. announced the addition of a new manufacturing facility in Brea, California, for its brand, AMP Research, according to the company's news release.

"We are committed to making high quality products to serve customer demand,'' said Tammy Gracek, COO of accessories at RealTruck. "We are so thrilled to have our new AMP facility where we can produce, house, and ship products more effectively, due to the increased space. It is our goal to exceed customer demand and expectations every time they step into and out of their vehicle."

The 104,000-square-foot facility features ceilings approximately 45 feet high, allowing isles to house 12 stacked pallets for the product compared to eight in its previous complex, according to RealTruck. Prior to the new build, AMP Research ran out of two separate spaces in Tustin and Fullerton. The Brea facility houses all 150 employees and office spaces, including shipping and receiving. The facility also has 10 dock spaces.

"We simply outgrew our previous facility to the point where production, shipping, and the receiving areas were severely impacted due to the lack of space," said Richard Hamilton, VP of operations at AMP. "At our previous facility, the shipping dock had such limited space that it caused semi-trucks to back up in our lot as they waited for a dock door. In some cases, the trucks had to wait out on the street. With our new facility, we can quickly get parts in and orders shipped out to our customers much more efficiently. It is great to have the whole team back under one roof, expand our production lines and increase capacity to serve our growing demand."

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