Solecta Expands Manufacturing Capacity with newly Renovated Production Facility at its Oceanside, CA Facility

Oceanside, CA – 03-15-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Solecta, a global leader in process membrane technology and solutions, is excited to announce its expanded production facility and new Research and Development Laboratory at its facility in Oceanside, CA. 

The new facility incorporates advanced climate control and production best practices improvements to ensure that Solecta products deliver industry-leading performance.  Research, Engineering, Manufacturing, Warehouse, and Corporate Functional teams are now in one location, enhancing Solecta’s ability to coordinate and deliver a superior client experience.

According to Ravi Oswal, Chief Operating Officer, “When the adjacent property recently became available, we seized the opportunity to further expand our capabilities and manufacturing footprint. We immediately saw it as an opportunity to keep pace with the growing demand for our products. We are so pleased with the outcome–it is in sync with our brand and provided us the opportunity to create a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and comfortable workspace for the Solecta team.” 

Located at 4113 Avenida de la Plata, the building required a major renovation to transform much of the space from warehouse to an end-to-end manufacturing facility. The upgrade was completed in stages, with the project wrapping up in mid-February and the Carlsbad facility moving to the Oceanside facility. The entire project concluded with an official ribbon cutting ceremony held on February 11th, 2019, including the Board of Directors, executive staff, and employees in attendance.  

Jim Ford, Chief Commercial Officer for Solecta says, “This new facility puts an exclamation point at the end of a year of transition for Solecta.  We are excited to show our customers and industry partners our new world-class facility and innovation center; we look forward to many productive years here.”  

About Solecta

Solecta plays a globally impactful role in the development of novel and critical separation technologies for high value process feed streams that directly support the improvement of people’s lives. Whether it be advancements in the production of nutritionally sound food, materials for everyday life, or mitigation of environmental footprint, our team is driven to provide thoughtful and meaningful leadership in advanced separations. With a deep focus on understanding our clients’ industries and applications, Solecta strives to deliver superior value and agility to navigate today’s complex business environment.Solecta maintains manufacturing facilities and an R&D center in Oceanside, CA. and commercial offices in Minneapolis, Boston and Chicago. Solecta is a wholly owned subsidiary of True North Venture Partners (www.solectamembranes.com).

 

About True North

True North develops and scales innovative technologies and businesses that have the potential to reshape core industries and help the world transition to a clean and sustainable future. (www.truenorthvp.com).

 

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