The Diamond Pet Foods Processing Facility is a pet food production facility located in an industrial area within the City of Ripon, in San Joaquin County. Diamond Pet Foods proposes to add a fourth production line to the existing facility. All of the new equipment and facilities would be located inside the existing building. Construction of the Line Four process equipment would be performed at Extrutech's Kansas fabrication facility. Installation of the process equipment at the Diamond facility would begin in 2019 or 2020 depending on the fabrication lead time, and last for 10 months. Operation of the expanded facility would require eight additional employees.
Industrial (Employees 8 add'l), Other (new production line at existing facility)
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