AnaJet Moves into Ricoh’s California Facility
Direct-to-garment printer maker AnaJet, which was acquired by Tokyo-based Ricoh Co. earlier this year, announces it is now operating out of the Ricoh facility at 1100 Valencia Ave. in Tustin, California, just down the street from its former facility.
Paul Crocker, AnaJet’s marketing director, says the company’s new campus consists of several buildings and is more than 17 times larger than its former site.
Manufacturing and shipping departments were moved into the same building last month, and the company says the newest move features the remainder of AnaJet staff.
“It didn’t take long to see the advantages of utilizing Ricoh’s established manufacturing facilities,” Crocker explains. “As a result, the move was a consideration quickly after the acquisition and has been in the works for several months.”
The move allows the company to add additional service offerings such as on-site printer installation and training programs for existing customers. On-site service contract options will also reportedly be offered starting in early 2017. AnaJet expects to make more announcements about these initiatives in the coming months.