NAPA -- Wine label printer Tapp Technologies Inc. today said it plans to expand its California plant in Napa to a nearby facility this fall to "significantly" increase capacity.
Tapp plans to relocate its printing plant at 504 Enterprise Court to 580 Gateway Drive in November. The current facility will continue to operate during the transition.
"We believe the new facility in Napa will increase our production efficiencies and help us to better serve the ever-changing needs of our valued winery customers," said Carsten Sørensen, chief executive officer.
Production is expected to increase by three to four times as the company relocates from 7,600 square feet, much of it office space, to 10,000 square feet, most of which will be used for production, according to Bill Knopka, senior vice president and head of the Napa plant.
Tapp has been looking to expand its Napa plant for at least two years, but a wide selection of available industrial real estate and packaging demand prompted the move at this point, he said.