FORT COLLINS, COLO. — PetDine announced a significant facility expansion, acquiring a second facility in Windsor, Colo. The new $11.7 million facility is adjacent to the company’s existing facility in Windsor, which recently opened in December 2022.
The second facility will add 50,000 additional square feet of pre- and post-production space to support PetDine’s functional supplement business. The facility will also provide 20 new jobs for the Northern Colorado region. It will join PetDine’s other co-manufacturing facilities located in Fort Collins, Colo., Harvard, Ill., and Windsor. Combined, these facilities offer the company more than 375,000 square feet of manufacturing space.
“PetDine’s top priority is supporting the growth and success of our clients in providing the best products for pets,” said Amy McCarthy, vice president of pet nutrition at PetDine. “In the last year, we have significantly increased our production capacity while pursuing cutting-edge manufacturing practices to exceed client expectations and keep them at the top of their craft.”
The expansion will be overseen by Todd Davis, PetDine operations director for ADM’s pet nutrition business, which acquired a majority stake in PetDine in September 2021.
“Having additional infrastructure to support the current Windsor manufacturing plant will be highly beneficial for PetDine clients,” Davis said. “We’re excited to equip our teams with more space to bring greater efficiencies to our current, industry-leading manufacturing processes in Windsor, further enabling PetDine to help clients grow their innovative product lines and accelerate their time to market.”
The new Windsor facility will manufacture functional pet nutrition products, all of which will be produced in line with PetDine’s high food safety and quality standards.
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