Monvera Glass Decor Continues Expansion Program To Ford Point In Richmond.

Monvera Glass Decor continues to expand their resources in silk screen printing technology by relocating to Fort Point in Richmond.

Monvera Glass Decor, a provider of screen printed bottles to the wine, spirits, beverage and food industry, will be moving to a new facility in Ford Point to accommodate business growth. Classified as a Class "A" building, the Ford Point building is highly recognized as a historical landmark and has been awarded numerous times for their excellence in architecture. The 42,000 square foot facility, twice the capacity of the Emeryville location, will allow Monvera to increase their production output with even shorter lead times. Monvera will be able to allocate their resources in glass printing technology while adding more warehouse space to welcome more customer orders.

Sadegh Ghorban, Monvera's VP of Operations comments, "We are all very thrilled to move to such a widely acclaimed location and to play an active role in the growth of the business community here in Point Richmond. The transition to Ford Point will allow Monvera to provide more resources to both our team and our customers."

About Monvera Glass Decor:
Monvera provides industry leading glass and bottle decoration services to the wine, spirits, beverage and food market segments. Clients include Charles Krug, Honig Vineyard and Winery, and Boisset Family Estates. Adding to a range of paperless bottle labeling solutions, Monvera provides bottle photography and marketing support services to assist customers in growing their businesses. For more information about Monvera visit

About Ford Point:
Ford Point has a long and profound history that dates back to the early 1920s when Henry Ford utilized the building for assembling cars. During World War II, Ford Point was transformed into an assembly for military vehicles. By 1990, the entire building sustained a hard blow from the Loma Prieta earthquake. Since then, major redevelopments were addressed to preserve the unique framework of the building. Currently, the building is home to various businesses including manufacturing, retails and light industries.

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