Spray Products Acquires Facility In Ohio
Spray Products Corporation, a manufacturer of aerosol and liquid products, has officially taken ownership of a 270,000 square-foot facility in Medina, Ohio, just outside Cleveland. The addition of this site will greatly increase Spray’s blending and filling capabilities for all types of consumer and commercial products including cleaning, paints, coatings, adhesives, lubricants, and automotive products.
“We are thrilled to continue to expand our manufacturing and distribution capabilities throughout the Midwest,” said Spray Products President Bart Bastian. “This location is a perfect complement to our main production and distribution facility in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania and our distribution site in Fresno, California.”
Founded in 1958, Spray Products provides specialized aerosol and liquid packaging services for clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to small businesses, throughout all phases of production, including research and development, formulation, manufacturing, packaging, and distribution.
“Over the past 60 years, Spray Products, founded by my father, has evolved to meet customers’ demands and the growth of technology. Today, we are proud to take the company to the next level through this larger, full-service addition that will enable Spray Products to significantly expand its capabilities and efficiency,” said Bastian.
Spray Products plans to have its distribution functions in operation by early April, with manufacturing set to start in mid-May.
This new location for Spray Products will be at the former site of Valspar subsidiary Plasti-Kote, also an aerosol manufacturer. Valspar closed in 2016 and the building was later purchased by Sherwin-Williams Co.; it has remained vacant since then.
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