Pulp Studio merges operations

Pulp Studio, the Los Angeles based manufacturer of architectural glass products, has announced that it has purchased a property in Gardena, California to consolidate its operations under one roof.

The company plans to merge the current operations of Pulp Studio, now housed in two separate facilities in Los Angeles, with the operations of California Glass Bending, currently located in Wilmington, California.
“The new facility doubles the overall square footage of our operations and allows us to add the equipment we need to maintain our growth, and the synergies of the two  companies under one roof now will have great deal of advantage in our day to day  operations” said Pulp Studio CEO Bernard Lax.
The move will be finished by the end of 2016. According Lax, construction begins the third week of October and moving will begin in January. In addition to the 115,000 s/f structure already on the premises at the Gardena property, Pulp will add a new building to house a new cutting facility, as well as another 5,000 s/f of mezzanine space for ancillary services. The new location also boasts an 1825 kilowatt diesel generator that can keep the entire facility online even if the power goes off.
Pulp Studio, a pioneer in the glass industry, has been committed to the technical development and manufacturing of specialty glass products since 1996. The Los Angeles based company is recognized for producing superior architectural glass products for both national and international markets. In addition to the PINTURA series of coated glass, Pulp Studio also offers laminated glass with a variety of decorative interlayers as well as a large selection of patterned and custom glass applications, all produced in their Los Angeles factories. Pulp Studio also provides safety glass with enhanced UV protection, sound attenuation and superior maintenance qualities.They are unique not only in their variety of glass materials, but also for their commitment to servicing architects’ and designers’ needs in compliance with environmental regulations and building codes.
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