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Diamond Wipes Expands in New Chino, California Plant

Diamond Wipes, a maker of hot and cold disposable wet wipes, will move from its manufacturing plant in Ontario, California to a new site in Chino, California. The new space measures 131,000 square feet, a 30 percent increase from its former site. The company will also invest to boost its work force by 5 percent.

"We outgrew our last location and are very excited about the new facility," said Eve Yen, president of Diamond Wipes. "The new facility allows for future expansion and environmentally friendly options such as solar panels. An added bonus is that the new facility is closer and easier to access for the majority of our employees."

Diamond Wipes, which has another manufacturing center in Bucyrus, Ohio, produces wipes for private label and contract brands that are sold at stores such as Sephora, Wal-Mart, Target, Whole Foods, CVS, and Walgreens. Increased customer demand allowed the company to add production lines at its facility, which will produce a total of three million towelettes each day.

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