Rohrer is on a roll.
Last year, Rohrer opened its doors to its first Center of Excellence facility in Wadsworth. This project expanded its manufacturing footprint while adding state-of-the-art equipment and new sustainability and continuous improvement initiatives. But this was just the beginning. This milestone marked the start of a whole new era of exemplary quality, pricing, and sustainability – all driven by Rohrer’s ‘go-to-market’ strategy.
And today, that plan includes expanding their production capacity at its Mesa, Arizona, location to better serve the West Coast market.
Acquired in 2012, Mesa produces paperboard cards/inserts, blister packaging while providing access to ezComboSM, Rohrer’s cost-effective, shared tooling solution. Mesa has added more printing equipment to boost its capacity output, including a Koenig & Bauer (KBA) press and two die cutters. In particular, the KBA press is a powerhouse for custom-made packaging with the ability to print up to 10 colors.
Justin Antony, VP of Operations stated, “Rohrer is excited to service our West Coast customers more efficiently through a 65% increase of our production capacity at Mesa. The KBA press and die cutters are just the beginning of growing our West Coast footprint. Rohrer plans on purchasing additional equipment and leasing more space in the future.”
Rohrer is definitely on a roll with its aggressive ‘go-to-market’ strategy. In the coming months and years ahead, expect to see more cutting-edge equipment and solutions designed to exceed our customers’ expectations – wherever they are!